Lil Baby has been roasted over his latest fashion choice, with some fans calling the 4PF leader a “Disney princess.”
Baby was one of many big names who attended Quality Control co-founder Pierre “P” Thomas’s birthday party in Atlanta on Thursday (June 8), and was seen donning a form-fitting, glittery shirt, which fans immediately began clownin online.
“I don’t understand how n-ggas go from a gangsta to dressin like a princess,” one fan wrote in the comments section of Akademiks’ Instagram post. Another added: “Why is this guy wearing a Disney princess type dress?”
“Damn my n-gga!!!! This hurt my heart to see my favorite artist looking emasculated in gay men’s attire!” one unimpressed fan wrote, going so far as to question the rapper’s sexuality.
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Pierre Thomas celebrated his 37th birthday in style this week, with the City Girls, Quavo, Nelly, Ashanti, Teyana Taylor, Miguel and Reginae Carter just a few of the famous faces showing out to celebrate his big day.
This isn’t the first time Lil Baby has found himself the butt of the internet’s jokes in recent weeks. In May, he was clowned for seemingly putting on some pounds in a photo shared on Instagram, with a few trolls joking he has “auntie hips.”
In more positive news, the 4PF boss recently announced his headlining It’s Only Us Tour, and he’s bringing GloRilla, The Kid LAROI and more with him for the summer 2023 trek.
Baby revealed plans for the tour via a cinematic trailer shared on social media, which shows him relaxing in a pool when he comes up with the idea for the cross-country trek. He then FaceTimes LAROI and Big Glo, along with fellow supporting acts Hxncho, Gloss Up and 4PF representative Rylo Rodriguez, to see if they’d be down to join him on the road.
The 32-date tour kicks off on July 26 in Houston. From there, Lil Baby and co. will venture through Los Angeles, Oakland, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Boston, Baltimore, Memphis, Charlotte and New Orleans, among other cities, before wrapping things up on September 22 in Fort Lauderdale.
The tour is in support of Lil Baby’s third album It’s Only Me, which dropped in October 2022. Featuring appearances from Future, Young Thug, EST Gee and more, the project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 216,000 first-week sales and has since been certified platinum.