DaBaby found himself in scorching hot water after making disparaging comments about the LGBTQ community at Rolling Loud Miami last month.
The rapper has since lost a deal with the fashion line "boohooMAN, he's been booted from a number of festivals, and Kanye West removed him from his "Nah Nah Nah Remix," rumored to be on his Donda album.
DaBaby posted a lengthy apology to Instagram after the backlash but he removed it over the weekend. People then gave all kinds of theories as to why he deleted the post, which they shared on social media.
CAUSE IT WAS FAKE— Alex is the stripclub • fan acc (@bloodlinethief) August 8, 2021
he definitely didn’t write that so— audrey aka loca (@FIN3LINE91) August 8, 2021
he realised that none forgive him— aiden 🧣 (@AidennMT) August 8, 2021
bc it didnt work 😭😭— adam | WLM REMIX (@nickishiatus) August 8, 2021
because he didn’t write it or actually mean it— i’m happier than ever 🧣 (@nikocadowhore) August 8, 2021
"bc it didnt work," one person tweeted.
"because he didn’t write it or actually mean it," wrote someone else.
Why do you think DaBaby removed his apology?