Although DaBaby is likely the world’s biggest wisher time machines existed this week after his homophobic Rolling Loud commentary engulfed social media, he’s not the only celebrity who failed to read the room as of late.
Saturday Night Live vet Michael Che entered the chat and finalized his own cancelation on Friday (July 30) after using social media to target American Olympic gymnast Simone Biles for no better reason than of his own words to “choose violence.”
The 27-time Gold medalist recently made headlines for withdrawing from a Tokyo competition, citing mental health as the reason.
“Man, I wanna make fun of Simone Biles,” the 38-year-old comedian wrote in his Instagram story on Thursday (July 30).
“I got like 3 mins of Simone Biles jokes in my head,” he continued. “As the dorky kids say, I’m choosing violence.”
He then offered a “9/10” rating for a supposed follower’s joke about Larry Nassar, the disgraced and convicted rapist who sexually assaulted nearly 200 women during his 18-year tenure as the United States women’s national gymnastics team doctor.
After enduring hours of being slaughtered online, Michael Che then scrubbed his Instagram account after waving the white flag with the infamous “hacked” response — while dragging DaBaby down with him.
“Maaannnn, i got hacked today. cant believe they got me. yall know i only do jokes about whites and cops,” the now-deleted post read. “s’all good now, i changed my password and everything…
“Y’all heard about DaBaby, tho..? Thats crazy.. Iight. See y’all at church. Imma get there early.”
DaBaby, for his part, doubled down on the uprising of criticism spawned from spreading egregious misinformation about HIV by dedicating the plight to his new video, “Giving What It’s Supposed To Give.”