In this day of age I do not think that anyone who make a racist, homophobic, transphobic, or any other slur cannot apologize for it… they knew what they were saying.
Matt Damon's use of a gay slur in any context in 2021 is unacceptable and embarrassingThen there is rapper DaBaby cooments.
By David Oliver
August 2, 2021
Matt Damon is promoting his new film "Stillwater," but a recent interview with The Sunday Times put him in steaming hot water instead.
Damon shared with the interviewer a lesson his daughter taught him several months ago: that he could no longer use the "f-word" as a slur for gay people.
Not to mention the fact the word has a deadly connotation, too: "Countless gay men have been attacked, beaten and even killed with that word being the last thing they hear, but sure, go Matt," Twitter user @TJ_Knight wrote.
DaBaby offers 2nd apology after recent homophobic commentsMaybe they have good reason demolish you… This is 2021 and Damon and De Baby knew not to use derogatory words but they thought that they could get away with it to show how macho they but now they are crying crocodile tears, they just thought that they could get away with it.
August 3, 2021
Rapper DaBaby offered another apology Monday while facing heavy backlash after he made crude and homophobic remarks at a recent Miami-area music festival.
The Grammy-nominated performer said he was misinformed for his comments about HIV/AIDS in the post, which came a day after the rapper was cut from Lollapalooza’s lineup in Chicago.
On Monday, New York City’s Governors Ball and Day N Vegas in Las Vegas each announced the rapper had been dropped from their lineups.
Da Baby, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, apologized to the LGBTQ+ community for his “hurtful and triggering” comments.
“Social media moves so fast that people want to demolish you before you even have the opportunity to grow, educate and learn from your mistakes,” he wrote. “As a man who has had to make his own way from very difficult circumstances, having people I know publicly working against me - knowing that what I needed was education on these topics and guidance - has been challenging.”
Apologies Not Accepted.