Why Did Dababy Delete His Instagram Apology? What Promted This Decision?

Attention has again turned to DaBaby since he did something unexpected: He deleted his Instagram apology to people offended by homophobic remarks. This added another layer to the conversation surrounding accountability and the minefield of public apologies in the digital age.

Join us for details on this developing story and its far-reaching impact on social media relationships and the responsibility of celebrities.

DaBaby Deletes His Instagram Apology

There hasn’t been any known reason as to why Dababy deleted this apology for his homophobic remarks.

Although he posted two apology messages for the homophobic comments, he kept on being dropped from music festivals left and right as the outrage continued.

But apparently, the Grammy Award-nominated rapper has deleted his latest Instagram apology, in which he seemed to express remorse for his “hurtful and triggering” comments.
By Sunday (August 8), social media users noticed it was wiped from his page.

What Led to Dababy’s Homophobic Remarks?

Dababy himself hasn’t made known the reason for making a Homophobic state at a concert, he merely said that his words were nothing more than a “call to action,”  Here is the homophobic statement he made:

“If you didn’t show up today with HIV, AIDS, or any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases that’ll make you die in two to three weeks, then put your cellphone lighter up,” he told attendees. “Ladies, if your p—- smells like water, put your cellphone lighter up. Fellas, if you ain’t sucking d— in the parking lot, put your cellphone lighter up.”

Final Thoughts

Dababy Deleting his homophobic statement makes one wonder whether such could serve as a good way to be serious about introspective growth or rather burden one with public scrutiny.

However, since inclusive topics were still on an uncertain footing in society, this one just proved that real change needs to be done irrespective of words on the screen. T

hey are sensitive issues and have to continue being discussed with education on such values passed.