50 Cent brought out DaBaby at Rolling Loud in New York over the weekend, a move that many consider controversial.
That's because the North Carolina rapper went on a homophobic rant at Rolling Loud Miami in July and he's been blacklisted from performing ever since.
But Gwendolyn D. Clemons, CEO for the LGBTQ organization Relationship Unleashed, told TMZ that she's fine with DaBaby hitting the stage again because he's learned a lot since his comments.
Clemons said that she met with the "Suge" rapper and schooled him on why his words were so harmful. She also believes that his words came from pure ignorance.
But Clemons explained that Dave Chappelle doesn't get the same kind of forgiveness because he knew exactly what he was doing while making jokes about the LGBTQ community during his Netflix comedy special The Closer.
What's your take on the backlash surrounding Chappelle and DaBaby?