American rapper DaBaby’s show at Lollapalooza cancelled after homophobic remarks

The rapper made homophobic and prejudiced comments last week during a concert at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami, USA.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Rapper DaBaby's performance at Lollapalooza was canceled on Sunday, August 1, the day he was due to close the festival in Chicago, United States, after homophobic and prejudiced comments last week during a show at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami.

At the time, he asked stagehands who were neither gay men nor had AIDS or HIV to hold their lighted cellphone up, also citing erroneous information that the disease "kills you in two or three weeks." Over the past few days, artists such as Madonna and Elton John have spoken out about the . . .

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