Lil Nas X’s family is coming to his defense.
The “Industry Baby” rapper’s father is slamming DaBaby in the wake of his homophobic rant. During his set at Rolling Loud Miami on Saturday, DaBaby made a series of offensive remarks directed at the LGBTQ+ community.
“If you didn’t show up today with HIV, AIDS, any of them deadly sexually-transmitted diseases that’ll make you die in two, three weeks, put a cell phone lighter up,” DaBaby told the crowd. “Fellas, if you ain’t suckin’ d**k in the parking lot, put your cell phone lights up.”
Now the father of openly gay rapper Lil Nas X is condemning DaBaby for his vile remarks. Robert Stafford, who is also a gospel musician, shared an Instagram Story with a photo of his son alongside DaBaby, which was soundtracked by their 2019 “Panini (Remix)” collaboration.
“Bruh sit down you had your time,” he wrote in his caption.
Nas himself has not addressed the controversy, only tweeting “lol” after DaBaby’s comments went viral.
— nope (@LilNasX) July 26, 2021
After receiving backlash, DaBaby tried to clarify his comments, claiming that his words were “twisted” and that he doesn’t discriminate against anyone who comes to his shows.
“This s**t don’t concern y’all at all. Don’t be disturbin’ my motherf**kin’ gay fans,” he said. “You ain’t supposed to get it. It ain’t supposed to translate through a little 6-second clip on the cell phone. You ain’t supposed to see that s**t anyway.”