Click here to read the full article. DaBaby is no longer performing at Lollapalooza. Following the rapper\u2019s homophobic remarks at Rolling Loud on July 25, the Chicago festival has removed DaBaby from their Sunday lineup. A statement tweeted from Lollapalooza\u2019s official Twitter account reads: \u201cLollapalooza was founded on diversity inclusivity, respect and love. With that in mind, DaBaby will no longer be performing at Grant Park tonight.\u201d More from Variety Lollapalooza, 30 Years Later: Founder Perry Farrell Looks Back on 'Shooting for Eternity" -- and What's Next Elton John on DaBaby's Homophobic Comments: 'HIV Mistruths Have No Place in Our Society' Dua Lipa Says She's 'Surprised and Horrified' by DaBaby's Homophobic Remarks Lollapalooza was founded on diversity, inclusivity, respect, and love.\u00a0With that in mind, DaBaby will no longer be performing at Grant Park tonight.\u00a0Young Thug will now perform at 9:00pm on the Bud Light Seltzer Stage, and G Herbo will perform at 4:00pm on the T-Mobile Stage. pic.twitter.com\/Mx4UiAi4FW \u2014 Lollapalooza (@lollapalooza) August 1, 2021 The statement also explains the new adjusted lineup, which includes Young Thug taking over DaBaby\u2019s slot at 9 p.m. on the Bud Light Seltzer Stage, and G Herbo filling Young Thug\u2019s previous 4 p.m. performance time on the T-Mobile stage. Representatives for DaBaby did not immediately reply to\u00a0Variety\u2018s request for comment, nor did Lollapalooza spokespeople when asked for further comment. DaBaby was also dropped from a benefit concert for the Working Families Party on Tuesday, which he was headlining alongside Saweetie and Wyclef Jean. \u201cWe have to hold people accountable and live to our values, which is why there is a change in our lineup,\u201d the Working Families Party stated. During DaBaby\u2019s recent Rolling Loud performance, the rapper\u00a0encouraged the audience to put their cell phone flashlights in the air if they \u201cdidn\u2019t show up today with HIV\/AIDS or any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases that will make you die in two to three weeks,\u201d among further derogatory remarks about HIV\/AIDS and LGBTQ+ people. The comments quickly sparked backlash on social media, and DaBaby was pulled from his brand ambassador deal with Boohoo Man. His \u201cLevitating\u201d collaborator, Dua Lipa, also spoke out against him, along with other big names like Elton John. DaBaby later admitted on Twitter that his remarks were \u201cinsensitive,\u201d but also suggested that the comments had been \u201cdigested\u201d wrong in another tweet, following with statements like \u201cApologies for being me.\u201d Many have said his responses fall well short of being a sincere apology. DaShawn Usher, GLAAD\u2019s Associate Director of Communities of Color, said on Wednesday:\u00a0\u201cThe rhetoric that DaBaby used is inaccurate, hurtful, and harmful to the LGBTQ community and the estimated 1.2 million Americans living with HIV. It is critical that DaBaby and his fans learn that people living with HIV today, when on effective treatment, lead long and healthy lives and cannot transmit HIV. \u201cWhile DaBaby has made haphazard attempts to \u2018apologize,\u2019 actions need to be taken for full accountability and changes to do better in the future. It further confirms what GLAAD reported last year in the State of HIV Stigma Study\u00a0that stigma and misinformation around HIV is widespread, and there is much work to be done to educate the public, including entertainers.\u201d Sign up for Variety\u2019s Newsletter. For the latest news, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.