AceShowbiz - DaBaby became a butt of the jokes on the Internet after canceling one of his shows. The "ROCKSTAR" hitmaker was supposed to perform at the Smoothie King Arena in New Orleans on Friday, September 2, but the concert was axed due to low ticket sales.
Ticketmaster's listing for the event was deactivated on Tuesday and it now reads, "Unfortunately, the Event Organizer has had to cancel your event." Meanwhile, Nola.com previously reported less than 500 tickets were purchased for an arena that can hold 14,000 concertgoers.
Now, DaBaby only has two more scheduled tour dates. He is set to perform at PARIS LA DEFENSE ARENA in Paris, France on October 29 and at Eleanor Tinsley Park in Houston, Texas on November 12.
Upon hearing the news, some people poked fun at the "BOP" spitter. "LMAOO finally.. I been waiting on him to fade out! He getting the diaper ready right now," one person commented. "Well when all your songs sound the same what you expect. He was 2020. We've moved on," another pointed out.
The insults didn't stop there. More came forward with one writing, "he hyped himself up too much & his music isn't even good." Someone else chimed in, "when God humbles you," adding several crying laughing emojis.
Last year, DaBaby was removed from many major music events over his homophobic rant at the Rolling Loud Festival in late July. The festivals included Austin City Limits, iHeartRadio, Lollapalooza and U.K.'s Parklife festivals. He was also removed from Governors Ball and Day N Vegas' line-ups.
DaniLeigh's baby daddy, however, addressed his Rolling Loud controversy when performing at Hot 97's Summer Jam 2021 on Sunday, August 22. "I never in my life meant to offend anybody, you know, and I apologize... that ain't even how I rock," he said at that time.
"But check this out, other than the people that was truly offended, I feel like the rest of y'all motherf**kers are being cry babies," DaBaby added, before breaking out into his hit single with Megan Thee Stallion, "Cry Baby".