Da Baby Reportedly Dropped From The UK’s Parklife Music Festival

According to sources, #DaBaby has reportedly

been dropped from the UK’s #Parklife music

festival. This comes after his controversial

comments at the #RollingLoud festival that

occurred a few days ago.

 

This comes after it appears his name appears to

have been removed from the promotional

material.  #MeganTheeStallion & #YungThug are

also headlining the festival that takes place in

September.

 

Parklife Music Festival has yet to release an

official statement.

 

As previously reported, Da Baby also lost his

partnership with boohooMan. “boohooMan

condemn the use of homophobic language and

confirm we will no longer be working with

DaBaby,” the retail company said in a statement

posted to their official Instagram.

 

This news comes almost a month after

DaBaby teamed up with the online retailer to co-

create a fashion line. The collection included a

100 limited edition pieces, which reportedly

embodied his “bold, creative and colorful style.”

 

As you know, DaBaby made controversial

statements involving the LGBTQ community and

people living with HIV/AIDS, during his Rolling

Loud set.

 

He stated, “If you didn’t show up today with HIV,

AIDS, or any of them deadly sexually transmitted

diseases, that’ll make you die in two to three

weeks, then put your cellphone lighter up,”

DaBaby said during his performance. “Ladies, if

your p***y smell like water, put your cellphone

lighter up. Fellas, if you ain’t sucking d**k in the

parking lot, put your cellphone lighter up.”

 

After receiving backlash, DaBaby released what

seemed to be an official apology in a series of

tweets. He began by calling out his critics saying

they wouldn’t show the same support when racist

cops kill Black people. Then, he spoke specifically

to people affected by HIV/AIDS and to the LGBTQ

community.

 

“Anybody who done ever been effected by

AIDS/HIV y’all got the right to be upset, what I

said was insensitive even though I have no

intentions on offending anybody. So my

apologies. But the LGBT community…I ain’t

trippin on y’all, do you. y’all business is y’all

business.” Free speech is becoming cancel

culture.

 

Source: Tyshawn Smith

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