Dua Lipa is still making coins off her song with DaBaby, despite speaking out against his homophobic tirade at Rolling Loud.
Radar has learned the 25-year-old singer has yet to pull her Levitating remix featuring the controversial rapper -- ignoring her fans' pleas for action.
Their song together is one of the biggest hits in the country right now, so removing it would harm Dua Lipa's bank account.
Despite numerous follow-ups on the subject, her reps have ignored each one of Radar's attempts to contact them concerning the singer's plans.
As of this post, Dua Lipa and DaBaby's remix is still available on Spotify and other streaming platforms.
DaBaby made headlines over the stomach-turning remarks he made about people living with HIV during his set at Rolling Loud in Miami.
“If you didn’t show up today with HIV, AIDS, or any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases, that’ll make you die in two to three weeks, then put your cellphone lighter up," he told the audience.
"Fellas, if you ain’t sucking d--- in the parking lot, put your cellphone lighter up," he added.
While Dua Lipa completely ignored her fans' cries to remove her Levitating remix with the rapper, she released a statement saying she was both "surprised" and "horrified" by DaBaby's rant.
"I really don’t recognize this as the person I worked with," she said.
Dua Lipa has touted herself as an LGBTQ+ ally, so many fans in the community are upset that she hasn't taken action.
While she's sitting back and collecting zeros in her bank account, DaBaby took to social media and trashed her online.
The rapper began liking posts slamming Dua Lipa after she released her statement.
"It's funny how @DUALIPA song levitating is only number 1 because @DaBabyDaBaby is on it. You're welcome. Because I deada-s only heard of you because of Dababy," one user wrote, which gained a like from DaBaby.
Another sarcastically read, "Patiently waiting for @DUALIPA to pull her song with @DaBabyDaBaby off streaming services."
DaBaby also showed love to a tweet stating, "@DUALIPA soooo when you gonna remove that remix with @DaBabyDaBaby ?! We waiting..."
After collecting major backlash, the rapper smugly doubled down on his homophobic comments.
Elton John joined Dua Lipa in speaking out against DaBaby's rant, while rappers like Boosie BadAzz made the horrifying decision to defend him.
Radar has put in calls to DaBaby's record label. So far, no word back.