DaBaby Posts Shoe-Ducking Video In Response To Endorsement Cancelation

HipHop News Publicado en julio 28, 2021 a 11:46

DaBaby Posts Shoe-Ducking Video In Response To Endorsement Cancelation

"This how I bob n weave anything sent to destroy me," Baby wrote. "Check my resume and sit back. #MySoulAintForSale."

DaBaby has been enemy No. 1 on the internet this week following his controversial set at Rolling Loud Miami over the weekend. From the fallout of his homophobic rant targeting the LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS communities, one of his fashion collaborators in boohooMAN won’t be working with him any longer in the future.

The Charlotte native seemingly brushed off the news of losing a brand partnership by reposting the video of him evading an adidas sneaker flying through the air and just missing his head during his Rolling Loud performance.

“NO WEAPON FORMED,” he wrote. “This how I bob n weave anything sent to destroy me. Check my resume and sit back. #MySoulAintForSale.”

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BohooMAN released a statement condemning DaBaby’s rant earlier this week.

“boohooMAN condemn the use of homophobic language and confirm we will no longer be working with DaBaby,” the company said. “Diversity and inclusion are part of the boohoo Groups DNA and we pride ourselves on representing the diverse customers we serve across the globe. We stand by and support the LGBTQ+ community, and do not tolerate any hate speech or discrimination in any form.”

We stand by and support the LGBTQ+ community, and do not tolerate any hate speech or discrimination in any form.

– boohooMAN

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— boohooMAN (@boohooMAN) July 28, 2021

BoohooMAN and DaBaby connected on a 100-piece capsule collection which was released at the end of June, but that looks to be the last they’ll collaborate on.

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