DaBaby posts cute video with daughter & jokingly says he’ll be an R&B singer as a result of he is been canceled
Roommates say the past few weeks have been dramatic for DaBaby is definitely an understatement as his controversial comments on the LGBTQ + community and HIV / AIDS caused outrage across the country. Now that things seem to have calmed down, DaBaby appears to be in a better mood, as evidenced by a cute new video he posted with his daughter while demonstrating his R&B singing skills.
After his long third apology for his earlier abusive comments, DaBaby has been noticeably holding back on social media, but he officially returned and brought his daughter over for a video where he had a little fun playing with the idea of a career change .
In the video posted on his Instagram, DaBaby and his daughter cuddle together and sing J. Cole’s 2013 song “Power Trip” with Miguel’s vocal styles. He has subtitled the video and writes: “They canceled your daddy-twin. I’m switching to R&B, f ** ka rap, ”followed by a series of laughing emojis.
As we previously reported, DaBaby found a surprising support system in Miley Cyrus after it appeared that most of the entertainment industry was publicly speaking out against him.
She posted the following message to DaBaby on Instagram, writing:
“As a proud and loyal member of the LGBTQIA + community, I have dedicated a large part of my life to promoting love, acceptance and open-mindedness. The internet can generate a lot of hatred and anger and is at the core of the abandonment culture … but I believe it can also be a place of education, conversation, communication and connection. It is easier to cancel someone than to find forgiveness and compassion within ourselves or to take the time to change hearts and minds. There is no more room for division if we want to keep seeing progress! Knowledge is power! I know that I still have so much to learn! “
Miley then subtitled the photo by telling DaBaby to check his DMs while asking her to speak in person. “@Dababy check your DMS – would love to talk and see how we can learn from each other and help create a fairer and more understanding future!” She wrote.
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