DaBaby has apparently lost his spot at more music festivals this week, all after a reported failure to deliver a videotaped apology to the festival organizers including Lollapalooza in Chicago this past weekend.
'SNL' comedian Michael Che was the latest to get canceled for jokes he made at the expense of Simone Biles and her highly-publicized sexual abuse by former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. Given our history with crude humor though, was Che wrong for his actions or is it that we all simply can't take a joke?
It's been about a week since DaBaby went full homophobe from the Rolling Loud Miami stage, and the repercussions continue. On Sunday morning (August 1), the Lollapalooza Music Festival announced that the North Carolina rapper would no longer be performing on the day's bill.
Rap star DaBaby tried to clear up remarks he made at Rolling Loud Miami recently that potentially offending his gay fans, as well as those who may be suffering from HIV/AIDS. However, he might've dug himself into an even deeper hole with the new response.
DaBaby definitely played himself with this latest stunt.
DaBaby had Hip-Hop and Nickelodeon Twitter in a tizzy over the weekend.
According to TMZ, sources with direct knowledge of the incident said that Glen Johnson took his own life in their hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina on Tuesday.
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