Some celebrities always seem to say the wrong thing. Recently, rapper DaBaby made some not-so-nice comments during a live performance at the Rolling Loud Miami Festival. In particular, the emcee expressed his homophobic statements Making matters worse, he showed his outward bias toward people with sexually transmitted diseases. Not only did he anger fans from the crowd, but critics on social media were also quick to clapback at the rapper.
DaBaby’s Homophobic Comments
This past weekend, DaBaby took to the stage at the Rolling Loud Miami Festival and made some controversial comments that didn’t go over well with fans. During his live performance set, the rap star went on a bizarre rant condemning people with HIV and generally any sexually transmitted diseases. Though, the rapper didn’t stop there. He also expressed his homophobic feelings towards gay men. Just when it couldn’t get any worse, DaBaby explicitly voiced his misogynistic views about women. “Ladies, if your pu**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,” the rapper said to the audience.
At this point, it’s pretty obvious that no one from the crowd bothered to raise their lighters. His offensive commentary turned people off so bad that an audience member actually threw a shoe at him. Furthermore, sources note that nothing really led to DaBaby’s strange public rant. Though, that doesn’t really excuse his homophobic comments in the end.
The Fans Clapback
Clearly, not too many people cared for DaBaby’s homophobic remarks. Not only did the audience throw a shoe at him, but they also called him out on Twitter. The fans put the rapper on blast, condemning him for his recent comments about gay men and inciting the stigma surrounding HIV. Additionally, the fans even disclosed DaBaby’s alleged murder charges. Some even wondered why the rapper made the homophobic comments in the first place. Obviously, the rapper won’t be doing another live performance at Rolling Loud Miami’s Festival.