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Meek Mill & Boosie Are Convinced DaBaby Is Blackballed

Written by on September 29, 2022

Issues simply aren’t the identical for DaBaby as of late. The rapper’s empire fell in the summertime of 2021 throughout his Rolling Loud efficiency. He determined to carry out Tory Lanez as his particular visitor — simply earlier than Megan Thee Stallion. Nonetheless, his homophobic comments shortly after overshadowed the Tory bit. It didn’t take lengthy for company sponsors, collaborators and others to denounce the rapper.

Finally, this performed a big affect in the way in which his music was obtained. Not simply from followers however the industry, at large.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JULY 15: DaBaby attends ‘Energy Ebook III: Elevating Kanan’ world premiere occasion and screening at Hammerstein Ballroom on July 15, 2021 in New York Metropolis. (Picture by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Photos for STARZ)

Akademiks and Ebro have gone at it on Twitter for nearly 24 hours after the previous accused the latter of blackballing the North Carolina rapper. Ebro denied that he prevented DaBaby from getting on any Apple Music playlists. Nevertheless, it looks like others consider the trade politics is what’s actually hindering DaBaby’s profession.

Meek Mill chimed in on the matter on Twitter, writing, “They blatantly black balling da child .. not my enterprise however ima observer.”

Boosie, who labored intently with DaBaby on a number of events, mentioned that “one thing is certainly occurring” behind the scenes.

“Ain’t no approach my n***a @DaBabyDaBaby speculated to promote 16okay after promoting virtually 150okay his final first week ‼️he one of many BIGGEST n this shit ‼️I DONT KNOW WHATS GOING ON BUT SOMETHING IS DEFINITELY GOING ON,” wrote Boosie on Twitter.

An analogous level was initially raised by Akademiks, who famous the affect that playlist has on Billboard charts. DaBaby’s final album, 2020’s Blame It On Child, debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 with 124Ok in its first week. The album earlier than that, Kirk, reached the highest of the charts with 145Ok.

Kirk and Blame It On Child arrived earlier than the Rolling Loud incident, which he’s since apologized for. Nonetheless, even again then, followers expressed issues about his formulaic movement.

Is it the trade politics or the music itself that’s holding DaBaby again? Tell us within the remark part under.

Supply: HotNewHipHop