DaBaby droppet fra flere musikkfestivaler etter tredje unnskyldning

DaBaby droppet fra flere musikkfestivaler etter tredje unnskyldning
iHeartRadio and Austin City Limits music festivals have dropped the rapper

DaBaby has been dropped from two more music festivals over homophobic comments he made at the Rolling Loud festival last month.

The organisers of iHeartRadio and Austin City Limits festivals released separate statements revealing that the 29-year-old rapper would not be performing at their events.

This news comes after the “Blame it on Baby” rapper was removed from the line-up for the Lollapalooza festival at the last minute on Sunday (1 august).

Parklife Festival has also dropped the Cleveland rapper where he was originally supposed to be one of the main acts along with the likes of Dave, Megan Thee Stallion, and Skepta.

I juli, the rapper launched into a homophobic rant while performing on stage in Miami, in which he made derogatory and ignorant comments about the LGBTQ+ community, and people living with HIV and AIDS.

Using offensive language, he asked attendees to raise their mobile phone flashlights unless they were HIV-positive or gay men who performed sex acts in car parks, incorrectly stating that the disease would “make you die in two or three weeks.”

The rapper issued his third apology via Instagram this week.

“Jeg vil be LGBT+ -samfunnet om unnskyldning for de sårende og utløsende kommentarene jeg kom med. En gang til, Jeg beklager mine feilinformerte kommentarer om HIV/AIDS, og jeg visste at utdannelse om dette er viktig. Kjærlighet til alle. Gud velsigne," han skrev.

Han la til: “Sosiale medier beveger seg så fort at folk vil rive deg før du har mulighet til å vokse, utdanne, and learn from your mistakes.”

“Som en mann som har måttet ta sin egen vei fra svært vanskelige omstendigheter, å ha folk jeg kjenner offentlig jobbe mot meg - å vite at det jeg trengte var utdannelse om disse temaene og veiledningen - har vært utfordrende.

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Konkluderte DaBaby: “Jeg setter pris på de mange som kom til meg med vennlighet, som kontaktet meg privat for å tilby visdom, utdanning, og ressurser. Det var det jeg trengte, og det ble mottatt. "

His first apology, in which he said “apologies for being me” was met with further backlash online, as stars including Dua Lipa,Madonna, og Elton John spoke out against the rapper.

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