DaBaby Talks Learning To “Adapt” After Rolling Loud Controversy
Written by B87FM on March 4, 2022
A comment made on a Rolling Loud stage turned DaBaby right into a public pariah. Whereas taking to the favored competition’s stage final 12 months, DaBaby made feedback that shortly had been deemed to be insensitive and homophobic, and after a lot ridicule, he returned to social media to defend himself in opposition to the backlash. This solely intensified the general public response, inflicting the rapper to be faraway from a number of festivals and reportedly taken off of Dua Lipa’s hit tune, “Levitating.”
On the heels of the discharge of his Higher Than You joint project with NBA YoungBoy, DaBaby chatted with SiriusXM about what life has been like since his international controversy.
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DaBaby admitted that he “had no alternative” however to alter his life. “That’s what I do. I adapt, I adapt by all means under any circumstance, I adapt to no matter. Wherever I’m going, life is life. I develop on daily basis, however, above all, I’m simply extra educated concerning the tolerance of the enterprise I’m in. It’s a studying course of.”
“You recognize, being an artist, [is] twenty-four-seven, full-time. Not solely that, I used to be an artist at the highest level,” he added. “I made it to the best degree of this sh*t. So, it’s such as you get the changes that you simply gotta make, identical to turning into a grown-ass man in life.”
Watch his clip beneath.