'He let Kodak out': DaBaby supports Trump on podcast, trolls say he 'just lost his good boy streak’

Social media users flocked to Twitter to troll DaBaby for extending support to Donald Trump on his latest podcast interview


                            'He let Kodak out': DaBaby supports Trump on podcast, trolls say he 'just lost his good boy streak’
DaBaby (L) extended his support to Donald Trump (R) in a new podcast interview (Photos by Paras Griffin/Brandon Bell/Getty Images)
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‘F**k Y'all’ is what DaBaby said way back in 2020 when he got a text from former US President Donald Trump’s team amidst the presidential campaign. Cut to 2022, it looks like the ‘BOP’ hitmaker had a change of heart as he extended his support to the former president during his new podcast interview.
 
The 30-year-old rapper, who got embroiled in a myriad of controversies over his homophobic comments at Rolling Loud 2021, dubbed Donald Trump as a “gangsta” saying that he supports the former POTUS as he commuted the prison time of Kodak Black when the latter was charged in a firearms possession case in 2020. Kodak has been a very vocal supporter of Trump ever since then.
 
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DaBaby extends support to Donald Trump

Whilst sitting for an interview on Full Send Podcast, DaBaby shared his valuable opinion on Donald Trump. When asked about his status, the rapper stated, "Do I f**k with Trump? Now, hell yeah." When questioned about what made the Cleveland native come around Trump, the hip-hop artist asserted, “Trump is a gangsta. He let Kodak out." DaBaby also added that he would consider being a campaign partner for Trump.
 
Way back in 2020, DaBaby was certainly not a fan of Donald Trump. He had then shared a text he received from Trump's campaign team with the comment, ‘F**k Yall’ and asked, “Who gave bruh nem my number?,” as reported by NME. For the most part of 2021, DaBaby got in trouble over his homophobic rant at Rolling Loud 2021 festival.
 
During his performance at the coveted music festival, the Ohio native said, “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.” He added, “Ladies, if your pu**y smell like water, put your cellphone lighter up. Fellas, if you ain’t sucking d**k in the parking lot, put your cellphone lighter up.” One person in the background, which is being assumed as his DJ, added, “Let’s be real about this shit, some of y’all n****s suspect as a mother**ker.”

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Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a
Former US President Donald Trump speaks during a 'Save America' rally at Alaska Airlines Center on July 09, 2022, in Anchorage, Alaska (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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‘DaBaby supporting Trump like we already didn’t know he was a moron’

Social media users flocked to Twitter to troll DaBaby over him extending support to Donald Trump. “Okay that one DaBaby account, time to reset the days of him not being problematic back to 0!” said one user as another posted, “Another day we thank Dua for ending his already barely existent career” referring to Dua Lipa dropping the rapper from her hit single ‘Levitating’.
 
One user tweeted, “He’s desperately trying to get support from someone but who’s gonna tell him the rey-sis-ts don’t like him.” Whereas, the next one joked, “No one is shocked LMFAOOO.” An individual asserted, “Never liked him anyway. this just confirms one of the reasons why” as, another chimed in, “He’s over already so he just doesn’t care anymore.” One added, “DaBaby just lost his good boy streak” as another concluded, “DaBaby supporting Trump like we already didn’t know he was a moron.”  

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