DaBaby Removed From Lollapalooza Lineup After Homophobic Rant

Written by on August 1, 2021

This previous week has been stuffed with controversy for DaBaby who has been rightfully criticized for some homophobic remarks at Rolling Loud. Since that point, DaBaby has doubled down on his remarks and says that he will not be apologizing for something. In truth, DaBaby even launched a brand new track this week that was meant to poke enjoyable on the outrage he has acquired over the previous week. 

On account of his actions, DaBaby has been dropped from some music competition lineups, and he’s additionally coping with pushback from a few of his friends, together with Chris Brown. Regardless of all of this, DaBaby appears content material with pushing ahead in an unapologetic method that may definitely make folks even angrier.


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At this time, DaBaby was presupposed to carry out at Lollapalooza, though that has formally been canceled. Taking to Instagram this morning, Lollapalooza made the choice to take away DaBaby from the lineup. In a press release, Lollapalooza defined the choice whereas additionally revealing that G Herbo and Younger Thug could be taking DaBaby’s spot.

“Lollapalooza was based on variety, inclusivity, respect, and love. With that in thoughts, DaBaby will not be acting at Grant Park tonight. Younger Thug’s efficiency will now happen at 9:00pm on the Bud Mild Seltzer Stage, and G Herbo will carry out at 4:00pm on the T-Cell Stage,” the assertion learn.

Followers within the feedback part rejoiced over the transfer, though we’re positive the entire hardcore DaBaby followers on the market are upset with the choice. Based mostly on the occasions of the previous week, Lollapalooza was feeling the stress to do one thing like this, and ultimately, they pulled the set off. 

Shifting ahead, it is going to be fascinating to see if any festivals determine to tackle DaBaby, no matter his earlier transgressions.

Supply: HotNewHipHop

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