Miley Cyrus Gave Her Thoughts On DaBaby's Homophobic Comments And Said She "Would Love To Talk" To Him
The aftermath of DaBaby's homophobic remarks at the Rolling Loud Festival continues.
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Despite several questionable attempts to apologize for his comments, DaBaby's remarks have resulted in his being banned from several music festivals and widely condemned by many of his fellow musicians.
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Now Miley Cyrus weighs in.
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The singer posted a statement on Instagram calling herself a "[A] proud and loyal member of the LGBTQIA + community" before claiming that "the internet can fuel a lot of hatred and anger and is at the core of the abandonment culture ... "
"[A] but I believe it can also be a place of education, conversation, communication and connection," she continued.
"It's easier to turn someone off than to find forgiveness and compassion within ourselves or to take the time to change hearts and minds."
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"There is no more room for division if we want to keep seeing progress!" she closed. "Knowledge is power! I know that I still have so much to learn!"
In the IG caption, Cyrus DaBaby also said, "Review your DMS" and said she "would love to talk and see how we can learn from each other and help build a fairer and more understanding future!" She also tagged @greaterthanaids as "a great resource".
If you or someone you know has experienced violence or harassment against LGBTQ people, you can call the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs helpline at 1-212-714-1141.
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