Kanye West slammed for replacing Jay Z with DaBaby in new song during third DONDA listening event

KANYE West was slammed by fans for replacing Jay Z with DaBaby in a new song featured on DONDA.

Fans got to hear the latest version of Kanye’s song, titled Jail, during the third DONDA listening party on Thursday.


Kanye was slammed for replacing Jay Z with DaBabyCredit: Apple Music
A new version of the show Jail includes a verse from DaBaby


A new version of the show Jail includes a verse from DaBabyCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Jay Z's verse from the song have been cut


Jay Z’s verse from the song have been cutCredit: Rex

The 44-year-old hit the stage in Chicago to perform songs from the highly anticipated upcoming album.

While many fans couldn’t hold back their excitement for the show to end, many became upset when they learned Jay Z’s verse in the song is now performed by DaBaby.

Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: “Get dababy OUT of here.”

Another added: “He replaced Jay z for dababy I’m sick.”

Alongside a gif of Chrissy Teigen cringing, a third chimed in: “Not dababy on the first track…”

The backlash continued as another upset fan wrote: “WHY DID HE ADD F**KING DABABY THE SONG WAS GOOD WITHOUT HIM ON HERE.”

An additional viewer wrote: “Jay z replaced by dababy??! kanye fumbling rn.”

“get dababy OUT of here,” another Twitter user pleaded.

Twitter users clearly believed the controversial rapper shouldn’t have replaced Jay Z on the song, as one person insisted: “Somebody arrest this man for replacing jay z with dababy.”


While some fans may have genuinely preferred Jay Z’s verse better, others were upset that DaBaby was included on the song in light of his recent controversial comments.

During his previous performance at a music festival in Miami, Florida,  DaBaby said: “If you didn’t show up today with HIV, AIDS, any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases that’ll make you die in two, three weeks, then put your cellphone light up.

“Ladies, if your p***y smell like water, put a cellphone light them up. Fellas, if you ain’t sucking d**k in the parking lot put your cellphone light up. Keep it real.”

The rapper has since been dragged for spreading misinformation about HIV and AIDS, alongside stigmatizing the illness.

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