DaBaby faced some blowback on Twitter for posting a video of himself with a Chick-Fil-A bag on Wednesday morning (June 3). The Interscope Records artist responded to the negative feedback a few hours later, admitting he was caught off guard by the reaction.

“Damn I ain’t know niggas couldn’t eat chic fila during the protests,” he wrote with a laughing emoji.

Chick-Fil-A has previously been at the center of controversy for its longstanding support of charities with anti-LGBTQ stances.

Last November, the company addressed the backlashing by announcing it would stop donating money to three organizations: The Salvation Army, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Paul Anderson Youth Home.

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Chick-Fil-A has also been accused of supporting Donald Trump but denied making any political donations in a statement to Newsweek. The fast-food chain was one of multiple companies said to be backing Trump’s re-election campaign in a viral tweet from 2019.

“In my tracking down I noticed a lot of the companies are funding PACS which are directly helping Trump’s re-election or have helped in the past,” Zuriel Sanders, the person behind the Twitter post, told Newsweek. “It’s indirect but I still see it as them supporting his campaign even if it’s indirect you know?”