Her post comes after DaBaby found himself embroiled in controversy after making several disturbing and homophobic comments during his Rolling Loud performance on July 25.
The fallout from DaBaby's rant was swift with Entertainment Weekly reporting that the rapper was dropped from both the Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits music festival line-ups shortly after the incident.
Cyrus isn't the only one appealing to DaBaby, who has since apologized via Instagram, for an open and honest discussion.
According to Variety, 11 HIV/AIDS organizations teamed up yesterday to pen an open letter to the rapper that encouraged him to meet and discuss his comments.
The letter said in part:
"We heard your inaccurate and harmful comments at Rolling Loud and have read your Instagram apology. However, at a time when HIV continues to disproportionately impact Black Americans and queer and transgender people of color, a dialogue is critical. We must address the miseducation about HIV, expressed in your comments, and the impact it has on various communities."
(Read the full letter here.)
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