The singer extends her friendly hand to the musician, who offended the LGTBI + community with comments made in concert.

Miley Cyrus is extending a helping hand to DaBaby after her recent apology for offensive comments directed at the LGBTQ + community.

The former Disney star said he is giving DaBaby a chance to grow and learn after he was criticized for his comments.

“As a proud and loyal member of the LGBTQIA + community, much of my life has been dedicated to fostering love, acceptance and open-mindedness,” the singer began in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

Cyrus added: “The internet can feed a lot of hatred and anger and is at the core of the cancellation culture… but I think it can also be a place full of education, conversation, communication and connection. . “

His statement continued: “It is easier to cancel someone than to find forgiveness and compassion in ourselves or to take the time to change hearts and minds.”

As she explained, “There is no more room for division if we want to keep seeing progress!”

The Wrecking Ball singer said that “knowledge is power” and that there is always room to grow. She concluded: “I know I still have a lot to learn.”