“The show must go on,” so DaBaby is finding ways to laugh through the controversy.
The embattled rapper is still very much on the receiving end of professional and personal backlash for rendering homophobic remarks about ‘men who suck d*ck in parking lots’ and people living with HIV last month (as previously reported).
But, after delivering multiple apologies (to no avail), the GRAMMY nominee recently deleted his final formal statement on the matter from his social media before taking a few days to cool off.
Now, he’s back and appears to be taking the ‘cancelation’ in stride. See what we mean inside:
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In the clip seen above (provided by our friends at TSR), the 29-year-old is seen singing J. Cole‘s 2013 hit “Power Trip” alongside his daughter.
“They done canceled yo daddy twin,” the rapper wrote over the video. “I’m switching to R&B, f*ck rap.”
Some critics argue the video lacks sensitivity and demonstrates the rapper is still not fully aware of the depth of his ongoing backlash.
What do you say?