DaBaby has been under heat ever since he made some homophobic remarks at Rolling Loud. By his side, defending him, is Boosie Badazz. This defense continues in Badazz’s new interview.
Badazz explained that DaBaby was booked for Boosie Bash since last year. Boosie Bash is a music festival that took place between August 28-29. The timing of the controversy was pure coincidence. He was, however, afraid that DaBaby was going to cancel his appearance. “I was callin’ him for like a month and he wouldn’t answer. But I knew he was going through a lot of sh*t, but he finally answered and he came through for me like a real one. He really did. Despite all the sh*t he was going through, he came to Boosie Bash, bro. That says a lot about him not selling his soul.”
Badazz continues on to say that he thinks DaBaby was set up. “I was pissed at them people because I just felt like they was trying to teach him a lesson for the next big rapper that’s on top like this. If you ever do this, this is what’s gon’ happen to you, and he did nothing. I think it was a setup. He did nothing.”
According to Badazz, DJs have been giving similar shoutouts all the time in nightclubs. He thinks that they should have started with those people, instead of DaBaby.
“I feel like they really bullied him. That’s what I felt like they did,” said Badazz. “We say sh*t when we turning up the crowd. That’s all a part of your performance. I feel like they bullied him.”
You can listen to the interview down below.
Written by Justin Acosta