Much of the hip-hop community and rap fans have expressed their hopes that DMX, who is currently in intensive care after suffering a heart attack from a suspected drug overdose, is doing well. Baby Sada also wants X to make a full recovery, but while sharing her post about the hired rapper, Sada made an extremely harsh comment regarding Lil Nas X.
In an Instagram Story post on Sunday April 4, which has since been deleted, the Detroit rhymer wrote, “Lord, we said Nas X, not DMX,” including an emoji of a man throbbing his face.
Many took the comment as Sada wishing Lil Nas X dead and blamed the Skuba Sada 2i artist to be homophobic for a second time. His now deleted social media comment also follows reports that DMX is currently on life support and being treated in the intensive care unit of a hospital in White Plains, N.Y., reports initially claimed that DMX was “brain dead” and in a “vegetative state”. However, there is no confirmed truth in these reports. Shortly after, veteran rap’s lawyer Murray Richman made a statement saying DMX was no longer alive and was breathing on its own. Richman later doubled down and said Rolling stone that he had been misinformed. At the time of going to press, the status of DMX is unclear, but it appears to be still in the hospital.
While Sada did not provide any further details regarding his IG post, it can be assumed that the comments are related to Lil Nas XThe recently released video “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)”, which rocked the internet last week. In the controversial visual, which contains satanic imagery, Nas X, who is openly gay, is seen lap dancing to hell.
Last october, Sada Baby caught the heat from old homophobic and colorist tweets of 2010 and 2011 that have resurfaced online. In the old posts, the Michigan-raised rhymer used homophobic slurs, expressed his dislike of “dark-skinned” people, and made fun of rape by joking about giving someone a home – a term of life. slang to put a date rape drug in someone’s drink.
Sada’s past tweets came to life on the internet after a Nicki Minaj fan asked him to promote the two rappers’ song “Whole Lotta Choppas (Remix)”.
After Sada Baby was criticized for his comments, he pretty much doubled down saying he didn’t care about redesigning his old tweets and couldn’t be undone because he wasn’t engaging in “Part of this fake ass world anyway.” apparently referring to social media.
Check out some tweets in response to Sada’s IG post on Lil Nas X below.
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