There are a number of reasons why Rolling Loud Miami has remained a hot subject on social media in the days since the event, but DaBaby has been the most talked about.
DaBaby rushed the Rolling Loud stage with Tory Lanez as a surprise guest over the weekend, and while it was a shocking event for fans, it was his statements regarding HIV/AIDS and males performing oral sex that perplexed and outraged the crowd.
Later, DaBaby defended his words, claiming that his live audience had a good time, but also expressing disdain for the general reaction to his concert remarks.
“Even my homosexual admirers don’t have AIDS…they don’t have AIDS,” the rapper claimed.
“My homosexual followers, they look after themselves, they don’t go for that…they ain’t no addicts.”
Put your smartphone light up if you ain’t sucking d*ck in the parking lot, I remarked.
Do you know what my homosexual supporters did? Turn on that motherf*cking light.
“That’s not going to fly with my homosexual followers.” They’re well-mannered.”
Dua Lipa, a collaborator of DaBaby’s, spoke out against his comments, calling them “horrifying.”
“I don’t think this is the guy I worked with,” the singer remarked.
“I believe my followers know where my heart is and that I support the LGTBQ community wholeheartedly.” To combat the stigma and misinformation surrounding HIV/AIDS, we must band together.”
Following this recent development, DaBaby responded again again, digging down on his remarks while acknowledging that a particular population had a right to be enraged.
“I encourage followers to launch a million man March by putting a smartphone light in the air,” he added.
“I warned you y’all digested it incorrectly, but I’m not going to lie, I’m impressed.” Show the same kind of solidarity when a racist officer murders one of our black ass…YA NOT.”
“Anyone who, has ever been affected by AIDS/HIV has the right to be unhappy; what I said was inappropriate, even if I didn’t want to hurt anyone.”
“So please accept my apologies.”
“The LGBT community, on the other hand… Do you think I’m joking around with y’all?”d DaBaby said, “Y’all business is y’all business. [And] for any companies, networks, or artists who profit from black rappers’ cultural impact without knowing or having the patience to deal with the responsibilities that come with our place in our society.DaBaby Apologizes To Those Affected His Rolling Loud HIV/AIDS Comments But Still Hits Out At Critics Again Next time, us ‘N*GGAS’ human too, save your money.”