North Carolina rapper DaBaby addressed the issue of being canceled about himself in a song played at Kanye West’s latest “DONDA” event in Chicago on August 26.
DaBaby appeared with Marilyn Manson for Kanye West’s DONDA event in a building he had built in the center of Soldier Field stadium, which he claimed was his childhood home. DaBaby, who wore a face mask during his appearance, was spotted at the structure while the song ‘DONDA’ was playing ‘Jail’.
Rapper, the song in question has a new verse that appears to be a different version from the track played during West’s two previous listening events for the album, which originally featured Jay-Z.
In verse, DaBaby addressed the recent controversy surrounding homophobic comments he made at the Rolling Loud festival. As you may recall, he was condemned by fans for his comments at the Rolling Loud festival, leading to the cancellation of his appearances in many festivals.
Heres’s the verse:
“I said one thing they ain’t like and… they threw me out like garbage.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) August 27, 2021