Kanye West Cuts Ties With Controversial DaBaby
It seems very likely that Kanye West is trying to distance himself from the previously discredited rapper DaBaby. Kanye has a single with DaBaby removed from a number of streaming platforms.
Kanye has removed his remix of the song Nah Nah Nah, which features rappers DaBaby and 2 Chainz, from Spotify, Apple and Tidal Music, among others. The music video for the song is still available on YouTube. His action is not completely out of the blue. DaBaby was previously discredited by the homophobic statements he made during a concert. During a show at a festival in Miami, the rapper asked everyone in attendance to turn on their cell phones except gays “having sex in parking garages” or those who are HIV-positive. He also claimed that people with HIV ‘die within two or three weeks’.
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In a now-deleted Instagram post, DaBaby apologized for the homophobic statements. DaBaby was removed from the line-up of the American festival Lollapalooza after his statements. Celebrities such as Elton John, Dua Lipa and Madonna also disapproved of his comments.
The Nah Nah Nah remix was Kanye’s most recent single, who is about to release his new album Donda. The release of his new record was delayed twice because Kanye missed the deadline. Fans can pre-order Donda through Apple Music. It now states that the album will be released on August 13. Whether that is correct is not clear. The rapper has not yet confirmed the new date.
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