Did you ever hear the tragedy of superstar rapper DaBaby? It's not a story the Jedi would tell you:
DaBaby, also known as "Baby Jesus," was removed from Chicago's annual music festival Lollapalooza after a comment he made last week at another concert.
Several other festivals cancelled the black rapper as well.
This begs the question: What was it that DaBaby said?
Because I don't want to scar your minds, I'll give you the family-friendly version:
"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 cellphone lighter up. Ladies, if your [female body part isn't infected], put your cellphone lighter up. Fellas, if you ain't [performing sexual acts on other men] in the parking lot, put your cellphone lighter up."
In the Marxist game of intersectionality, sexuality trumps skin color, so there was a swift backlash.
Prominent figures such as Elton John and Madonna were part of said backlash:
The rest of the woke mob followed suit:
Other artists such as rapper Boosie came to DaBaby's defense:
As well as woke racists who believe skin color should be prioritized over sexuality:
After being banned from multiple concerts and having the mob turn against him, DaBaby's PR team released several profuse apologies (apparently never having learned that the Woke Monster only uses an apology as seasoning while it devours you alive):
Here was the predictable reaction (language warning):
There are only two ways for DaBaby to win in this scenario.
- First, he can double down and become a rebel against the woke machine as he continues peddling lewd lyrics to the masses.
- Second, he can get even greater fame and fortune by playing the intersectional game by identifying as another gender or sexuality.
If he REALLY wants to get ahead, he could come out as a "bunnyself" and guarantee that he gets back in the good graces of the woke!
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