DaBaby cancels his apology to LGBT community

Perhaps DaBaby has changed his mind on his apology to the queer community. Or maybe he decided that he didn't want anyone to teach him HIV/AIDS after Miley Cyrus offered to assist him. Maybe it just clashed with his Instagram feed. Whatever the reason, Jonathan Lyndale Kirk or DaBaby deleted his Instagram apology to the LGBT+ community one week after posting it.AdvertisementAfter a week of festival gigs that had been canceled, DaBaby issued an apology on August 2. He (or his PR team wrote in it: I want to apologize for the hurtful comments and triggering remarks I made and reflect on his need to learn more about the topic.Instead of saying "Thank you" for supporting me and my music during his Rolling Loud Miami set he launched into a bit about sexual transmitted diseases. He told his fans that if you don't have HIV or AIDS and you don't show up with any of the deadly sexually transmitted disease that will make you dead in two to three week, then you should put your cellphone lighter. Fellas followed suit, telling his fans, "If you don't show up today with HIV, AIDS, or any other deadly sexually transmitted diseases that will make you die in two to three weeks," to get their attention.Radio airplay for Dua Lipa's remix of Levitating, featuring the rapper, is also down. DaBabys has been quiet on Twitter since July 30th, but Instagram is business as usual, with videos from his latest album, Giving What Its Supposed To Be T o Give. This was just days after his comments at Rolling Loud. The music video makes reference to AIDS.