Dua Lipa and her fans are not happy with DaBaby's recent damaging dramas.
DaBaby is on verge of losing his collaborations as Dua Lipa became the first collaborator to call him out.
On Tuesday, both Lipa and her fans called out the artist after he let go of disparaging and belittling comments about the members of the LGBTQ community. DaBaby even disrespected those HIV and AIDS patients during his performance at the Rolling Loud Miami festival over the weekend.
His rant then caught the attention of Lipa herself, and her fans asked her to dismiss the singer and work with Megan Thee Stallion instead.
One fan said, "petition for dua lipa to remove dababy off "levitating."
"It's funny how we all knew DaBaby ruined a perfect Dua Lipa song the first time we heard it," another added.
Even singer Victoria Monet commented on the news and said that she could replace DaBaby and sing his verse.
Dua Lipa Officially Cut Off Ties From DaBaby
Amid the petition, the 25-year-old singer unfollowed the artist on her Instagram account.
She also addressed the issue on her Instagram Story, saying that she is "surprised and horrified" by the comments. Although she already worked with him, Lipa reportedly did not know him at all.
"I know my fans know where my heart lies and that I stand 100% with the LGTBQ community," she went on. "We need to come together to fight the stigma and ignorance around HIV/AIDS."
She did not confirm whether she will make some changes on the track. But with the worsening issue surrounding DaBaby, it is highly likely she will remove him from the song soon.
What DaBaby Said
What should have been a fun event turned into a disaster after the 29-year-old rapper spat out a homophobic rant. He particularly called out gay men who have been infected with HIV.
Instead of saying he's sorry, he continued to make offensive comments on his Instagram Live. He spoke more insensitive words and statements and ridiculed the members of the LGBTQ even more.
He also mentioned his gay fans who reportedly do not have AIDS since they are not "nasty" or "junkies" on the street.
The festival organizers have not addressed DaBaby's damaging actions yet. However, the campaigns director at Terrence Higgins Trust Richard Angell warned him as his comments may spread misinformation about the disease.