DaBaby Addresses His Cancellation, ‘Y’all Motherf***s Being Cry Babies’

DaBaby finally got to perform at the one festival that didn’t cancel his

appearance, Summer Jam, where he ended up hinting that people canceling

him are just “Cry Babies.”

DaBaby hits the Z107.9 Summer Jam stage!

Source: Radio One Digital / @Stretchd_34 for Radio One Digital

It’s now the fifth week of the DaSaga over DaBaby’s cancellation for his remarks

at Rolling Loud. His live show banter was seen as derogatory towards the

LGBT+ community, and since then, he’s been dropped by several

festivals, which started with Lollapalooza after he missed a deadline to send

video apology that would air before his set.

Since then, many have spoken out, including Elton John voicing his

opinion that the music industry can’t allow that type of behavior to exist. On the

other hand, Miley Cyrus said people should educate DaBaby instead of

canceling him.

One show that didn’t cancel his performance was Hot97’s Summer Jam, where

the rapper performed last night, gracing the stage after a pre-tapped apology

aired in which he thanked SummerJam for letting him perform.

According to HotNewHipHop, some of his comments right after that while on

stage cheapened his apology.


“[Hot 97] allowed me to share my gift, share my blessing with y’all out here live

on this stage amongst all the chaos and all the backlash,” DaBaby said in the

video. “So hats off to y’all for that… They accepted my sincerity and all my

apologies when I said I never, ever meant to offend anybody or say anything to

make anybody feel any type of way live on that stage a few weeks ago. And Hot

97 was also willing to stick they neck out on the line, willing to go against all

odds with everything going on out here in the world, and still allow me to come

out here on this stage and utilize they platform to help the world move



“Check this out,” he said. “Other than the people that, you know, was truly

offended, I feel like the rest of y’all motherfuckers being cry babies.”

We’re sure this whole cancellation has been stressful and probably annoying at

times, which had him itching to address those people on a big platform. At this

point, though, is it worth it? It may seem like the chatter is calming down but

those non-festival months and winter months till spring will show if this

cancelation has legs or not.


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