Organizations in attendance included GLAAD, the Black AIDS Institute, as well as the Southern AIDS Coalition.
 
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DaBaby has talked to the LGBTQ community to repair the damage his comments are said to have caused.

Following a letter penned by nine HIV organizations, DaBaby met virtually with the black members of the organizations to address the impact of his comments about LGBTQ-people and HIV/AIDS patients.

As reported by PEOPLE, the statement read, "We believed that if he connected with Black leaders living with HIV that a space for community building and healing could be created. We are encouraged he swiftly answered our call and joined us in a meaningful dialogue and a thoughtful, educational meeting.

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"During our meeting, DaBaby was genuinely engaged, apologized for the inaccurate and hurtful comments he made about people living with HIV, and received our personal stories and the truth about HIV and its impact on Black and LGBTQ communities with deep respect."

DaBaby was then praised for offering to participate in the discussion and for being so open.

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It was also stated that the organisations hoped their meeting would encourage the rapper to use his platform to share that important information with his fans so that everyone could get tested and become aware of their status..

Organizations in attendance included GLAAD, the Black AIDS Institute, as well as the Southern AIDS Coalition.



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