DaBaby – Giving What It’s Supposed To Give
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American rapper, Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, known professionally as DaBaby capitalizes on the backlash and controversy surrounding him by dropping off an outlandish and disrespectful new song and music video directed by him.
DaBaby is in the middle of a storm after homophobic comments made at the Rolling Loud festival this past weekend in Miami but he’s not letting that stop his flow of music. Today, he drops a new song and video ‘Giving What It’s Supposed To Give’. At the fest, the rapper encouraged the audience to put their cell phone flashlights in the air if they “didn’t show up today with HIV/AIDS or any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases that will make you die in two to three weeks,” among further remarks about HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ+ people.
Tory Lanez recently sparked a debate about “why the f*ck was rap started,” and although he received some mixed reactions due to his own controversies, the topic is an interesting one regardless. Different artists use the impactful genre for various different reasons, and while some use Hip-Hop to help people through tough times or inspire resistance amongst persecuted groups of people, other rappers are more than satisfied with using the rap art form to entertain.
DaBaby tried to defend his comments on Instagram Live but continued to make offensive statements. He claimed that his interaction with the crowd in getting them to put up their phone flashlights was not a homophobic rant but “a call to action.” He added that his gay fans “don’t got f**king AIDS” because they aren’t “nasty” or “junkies.”
DaBaby appears to fall on the latter part of that spectrum because even during a 72-hour period in which he has been publicly blasted, boycotted, and reprimanded for making offensive and homophobic comments at Rolling Loud, the BLAME IT ON BABY has not sheered away from the spotlight. In an extremely surprising move, DaBaby has released a new song and music video titled “Giving What It’s Supposed To Give,” and throughout it, he reiterates all of the disrespectful comments that he’s currently being “canceled” for.
Taking a moment to contextualize his outlandish and disrespectful new release, DaBaby says, “Filmed the day before my Rolling Loud performance. It never seizes to amaze me the way God puts me in situations I’m already equipped to handle. Enjoy. ð´ð¿ #ITSONLYONEOFME.” Watch the music video for “Giving What It’s Supposed To Give” below, and let us know in the comments if you think this was all one big, elaborate publicity stunt by the Charlotte, North Carolina rapper. After releasing several mixtapes between 2014 and 2018, DaBaby rose to mainstream prominence in 2019.
- If I hit, I’ll hit to slide and with a warrant, I think he wanna still
- Them pussies pulled me over on the lil’ 4-way
- The DA asked me for a picture, I wore Dior to my last court date
- Nigga ask if I got a pass, I tell ’em, “No way”
- Bitch, we like AIDS, I’m on your ass, we on your ass, bitch, we won’t go ‘way
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