DaBaby is known to cross the line and take things too far, making him a constant subject of controversy. During his performance at Rolling Loud in Miami, DaBaby caused quite a stir after making a controversial and homophobic statement. It all led to him being cancelled fans and events alike. He was previously dropped from the upcoming Lollapalooza lineup.
The damage wasn’t done as DaBaby was supposed to have a featured verse on Kanye West’s new “Donda’ album, but it no longer happened. After the album was released, DaBaby was not found anywhere.
It seems Kanye West was almost about to delay his ‘Donda’ album yet again as he initially refused to release the album without a verse from DaBaby.
West took to Instagram and uploaded screenshots between himself and manager, Abou ‘Bu’ Thiam. The manager told West that DaBaby’s management didn’t sign off on his verse for new song, “Jail,” which originally featured Jay-Z.
“Dababy manager isn’t clearing ‘Jail’ so we won’t be able to upload unless we take him off. What’s your thoughts?”
I don’t know
I’m not taking my brother off
He was the only person who said he would vote for me in public.”
After being excluded from the album, DaBaby was also dragged by fans. It certainly is not a good time to be DaBaby but perhaps he will learn the error of his ways eventually.
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