In just a few hours of performing at the “Rolling Loud Miami” festival, the infamous rapper and Chicago native, DaBaby, was caught on mic while on stage apparently tearing into a person living with HIV and ripping through some homophobic rants.
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DaBaby performed as part of the Miami-based music festival and he wasn’t shy about sharing his thoughts about homosexuality.
A video of the rant hit YouTube where DaBaby took aim at two male artists in the crowd—Rudy & Ballzy, who later mentioned his rant on social media.
Watch him rant about the HIV-positive person below.
The “Rolling Loud Miami” festival showed just how important it is to have a positive festival for both men and women with respect, tolerance and unity. It is the 14th annual music festival and it is grown to be one of the largest electronic music festivals in the United States. It takes place every year in Miami, Florida and is regarded as a showcase for the cutting edge in EDM.
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Rolling Loud is not the only place DaBaby is getting hate online.
Pop star Tory Lanez—who was at the concert the same night—has also shared his thoughts on homophobia. When asked on social media if he agrees with DaBaby’s rant on stage, he was the first to “agree” with it. Lanez said he is not gay nor does he know anyone who is gay.
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The 2017 Rolling Loud Miami festival runs August 18 through August 20 and features performers like Future, Migos, Cassie, Juicy J, Chase N Cashe, Gucci Mane, Trae Tha Truth, PnB Rock, Tru & Apple, Young Thug, Motor City Mob, Moneybagg Yo, Rich The Kid, Lil Rexx, Quavo, Playboi Carti, 6LACK, Hela, Trippie Redd, K. Joppa, Mack Wilds, Bugsy Malone, White Boy, Ink, Allocca, Knightz, Gunna, Monica, Tay Keith, ScHoolboy Q, Kasmarne Harris, Chipmunk, Twista, Jim Jones, Locoy, Tyrese, Lyfe Jennings, DJ Khaled, Future, Royal Vegas, ILoveMakonnen, Trinidad James, Mannie Fresh, Nikki D, Moses J, Lecrae, Angel Haze, RZA, SWV, Trouble, ILoveMakonnen, Gigi Gorgeous, and A$AP Ferg.