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Chris Brown Trend On Twitter After Weighing In On DaBaby Backlash

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Chris Brown trend on Twitter after weighing in on DaBaby’s ongoing backlash.

DaBaby continues to get bad publicity after his recent homophobic comments during his performance at Rolling Loud Music Festival last weekend. The rapper has been getting advice from a number of persons as some express disappointment in his comments.

During his performance, DaBaby reiterated several stereotypes about HIV/AIDS and even shamed gays for having sex.

“If you didn’t show up today with HIV, AIDS, or any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases, that’ll make you die in two to three weeks, then put your cell phone lighter up,” said DaBaby on stage. “Ladies, if your p***y smell like water, put your cell phone light in the air. Fellas, if you ain’t s***ing d**k in the parking lot, put your cell phone lighter up.”

Now, the rapper is getting sharp advice from former collaborator Chris Brown.

On Wednesday, Brown posted on his Instagram Story – “shut the f**k up…do yo shows thank everybody…then get the f**k off the stage!!!!!!!!”

Chris Brown is no stranger to bad publicity himself working through the criticisms of the allegation that he beat Rihanna and bloodied her face almost a decade ago. The artist, however, was apologetic about his actions and kept a low profile, apologizing to Rihanna and fans who were determined to his career for putting his hands on the Bhajan Pop Princess.

However, despite what’s happening, Chris Brown, known for his sold-out shows, has never addressed any controversial issue and remains one of the most loved artists of the last two decades.

Meanwhile, DaBaby’s comments have rubbed many the wrong way, as others have spoken about his crass comments. Among those who called out the rapper are Amber Rose, Lil Nas X’s father, GLAAD, Dua Lipa, and others.

The rapper has also begun to lose financially with his clothing partnership with clothing line boohooMan canceled on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, DaBaby has offered a lukewarm apology while seeming to still justify his comments.