DaBaby’s name has been dragged through the mud after making a controversial and homophobic statement at Rolling Loud in Miami last year. DaBaby previously posted a half-hearted apology for his harmful and insensitive remarks as he took to Instagram, but then he would go on to delete the post.

Due to this, he was subject to even more backlash from fans, who simply had no interest in forgiving him. He still didn’t learn his lesson as he called his critics crybabies.

DaBaby was brought on stage by 50 Cent during the recent Rolling Loud event. As reported earlier, an LGBTQ organization also forgave DaBaby for his previous remarks as they believed he has changed a lot since then.

While Rolling Loud and others have forgiven DaBaby, not everyone was quick to forgive him. While speaking with SiriusXM, DaBaby talked about his life after the Rolling Loud controversy and how he has learned to adapt to the situation.

“That’s what I do. I adapt, I adapt by all means under any circumstance, I adapt to whatever. Wherever I go, life is life. I grow every day, but, above all, I’m just more knowledgeable about the tolerance of the business I’m in. It’s a learning process.

You know, being an artist, [is] twenty-four-seven, full-time. Not only that, I was an artist at the highest level. I made it to the highest level of this sh*t. So, it’s like you get the adjustments that you gotta make, just like becoming a grown-ass man in life.”

The biggest criticism DaBaby has been facing is due to him sounding similar in all of his songs as of late. Regardless, DaBaby might want to go back to the drawing board and figure something out if he wants to keep fan attention.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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