DaBaby appears to have deleted his apology to the LGBT community.
Rapper Suge was criticized last month for comments he made during his Rolling Loud Miami performance, and after initially defending his comments, he apologized for his “hurtful and annoying” comments on Instagram on August 2.
The message read: “I want to apologize to the LGBTQ + community for the offensive and reactionary comments I made.
“Again, I apologize for my misinformed comments about HIV / AIDS, and I knew education about this was important. With love for everyone. God grant health. “
However, the short statement no longer appears on his account, although previous apologies for “insensitivity” have remained on Twitter.
This post said: “Anyone who has ever been affected by AIDS / HIV has the right to be upset, what I said was emotionless, although I was not going to offend anyone. So my apologies.
“But the LGBT community … I don’t trip over you, do I. your business is your business. (sic) “
The 29-year-old star has received widespread criticism for her original comments on HIV and AIDS.
On stage, he said, “If you didn’t come today with HIV, AIDS or any of these deadly sexually transmitted diseases, it will make you die in two or three weeks, then turn on your cell phone …” Guys, if you don’t sucking in the parking lot, turn on your cell phone. “
DaBaby later took to his Instagram Live and stated that straight and gay fans loved his show and insisted that people not be able to criticize unless they were on the show.
He added: “I was not going to rant. This is called a call to action.
“This is what is called because I am a live performer. I’m the best live performer. “
Subsequently, due to stage ranting, DaBaby lost his partnership with apparel retailer BooHooMAN and dropped a number of appearances, including headlining Lollapalooza and performing at the New York Governor’s Ball.