Azealia Banks is undoubtedly one of the most popular female rappers in the Hip-Hop world and on top of that, she is also known to be very judgmental and go after several other musicians.

During his performance at Rolling Loud in Miami, DaBaby caused quite a stir after making a controversial and homophobic statement. This led to fans being irate and bashing him on social media.

DaBaby recently uploaded a video where the rapper made it clear he couldn’t care less what fans on the internet had to say about his comments and proceeded to double down on his comments. Naturally, this drew the ire of fans yet again and his reputation has taken a huge hit as a result.

He has been effectively cancelled by fans and also was previously dropped from the upcoming Lollapalooza lineup. To add to his woes, he was removed from the Governor’s Ball as well.

Azealia Banks took to her Instagram story and stated that DaBaby should have been cancelled long ago for assaulting a female fan instead of his Rolling Loud comments.

“Y’all should have BEEN canceled dababy when he was caught on camera punching a female fan in the face. I’m not ground and bystanders immediately went to her aid as the rapper moved on. any of this performative canceling ppl are doing now when everyone was so quick to forget that happened. Apology or not, keep him canceled.

The incident in question occurred in Tampa when DaBaby was making his way on stage and a light from a fan’s phone blinded the rapper as he walked by. DaBaby hit the woman hard and it resulted in her falling to the ground and bystanders immediately went to her aid as the rapper moved on.

DaBaby later apologized for what he did. Regardless fans were certainly in no mood for forgiveness and DaBaby will simply have to accept the repercussions of his actions right now.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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