DaBaby was public enemy number one after he made some inflammatory comments about the gay community during his set at Rolling Loud Miami in July. And unsurprisingly, Boosie Badazz has once again come to his defense when questioned about the situation during a recent interview with VladTV.
During the conversation, Boosie was asked about being one of the first to book DaBaby at Boosie Bash after he was kicked off multiple festivals. He explained, “Baby was already booked from last year, so it was just him coming back and do it. I actually thought he was going to flake out on me because I was calling him for like a month and he wouldn’t answer.
“But I knew he was going through a lot of shit, but he finally answered and came through for me like a real one. He really did that despite all shit he was going through, he came to Boosie Bash. That says a lot about him, not selling his soul.”
“I just felt like they was tryin’ to teach him a lesson for the next big rapper who wanna talk like this,” he said. “‘If you ever do this, this is what gonna happen to you.’ And he did nothing. I think it was a setup. He did nothing. Do you know how many DJs say, ‘If you ain’t got AIDs, make some muthafuckin’ noise! Whoo!’ How many times have you heard that in the muthafucka club? Come on, bro.
“Like they built it on him, bro. I feel like they really bullied him. I feel like the community…they bullied him, bro. Like what he said, DJs say this every night. Bro, they bullied him. And that’s how I feel about that situation, bro. They bullied him. We say shit when we turnin’ up the crowd. That’s all a part of your performance, you know what I’m sayin? I feel like they bullied him, bro.”