Governors Ball and Day N Vegas dropped DaBaby right before ACL, Midtown Music, and iHeartRadio announced their lineup changes. Lollapalooza also dropped the rapper at the last minute this past weekend, and he’s been uninvited to perform at the Can’t Wait: Live! benefit concert in Philadelphia and Manchester, England’s Parklife Festival, though the fest later said it wasn’t because of DaBaby’s comments.
Colorado radio station KS 107.5 also canceled its Summer Jam event while citing DaBaby’s controversy. “In light of various factors, including DaBaby’s recent comments, along with our concert partners, we have chosen to cancel this year’s Summer Jam,” the station stated.
On Monday, the Blame It on Baby artist attempted to rectify the situation once again, releasing a statement online apologizing “for the hurtful and triggering comments I made.” The apology didn’t quite land, particularly since the statement opened with him talking about “people I know publicly working against me,” among other things.
He previously shared other apologies, which also didn’t seem entirely remorseful. “My apologies for being me the same way you want the freedom to be you,” he said in a video.