Popular American singer, songwriter, and rapper, Doja Cat, has recently been rising very fast in her musical career. Since he released her hit song ‘Mooo!’ in 2018, the talented singer has been churning out hits consistently. Her fan base has also been growing at a rapid rate.
However, the ‘Say So’ rapper has faced several backlashes for her outspoken opinions and problematic tweets.
The latest issue happened on the 22nd of May when the ‘Juicy’ crooner was exposed for allegedly having a history of making racist remarks. After this was revealed, several Twitter users started to drag and dismiss Doja Cat using the hashtag #dojacatisoverparty.
The drama started when a Twitter user revealed a throwback photo that allegedly displays Doja Cat where she engaged in racist conversations on TinyChats.
Reports claim that Doja allegedly watched as people made racist statements. She even laughed at racist jokes they made. Someone allegedly revealed that Doja Cat stated that she doesn’t want to be black and was glad that she is at least a light-skinned lady with a big butt.
Doja Cat’s real name is Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini. She was born to a South African father and a Jewish American mother.
Fans of the popular artist have expressed their disappointment over the recent news. Expressing how disappointed they are, they have taken to social media to air their views.
One of them tweeted:
I really gotta cancel doja I wasn’t prepared for this.
A tweet read:
I do not give a f*ck if doja cat is half black and her dad left her. That’s not an excuse to be colorist and anti black, hang around racist incels and laugh at their jokes, make songs mocking police brutality, and wear wigs that sh*tty.
This is not the first time that the ‘Juicy’ crooner has been cancelled. This occurred after she slammed fans of Nicki Minaj, who are regarded as one of the most ruthless fan bases.
She denied being anti-Nicki Minaj when some Twitter users had accused her of being such. The two artists collaborated on the remix of Doja Cat’s hit song titled ‘Say So.’
About a week later, ‘Say So’ claimed the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100.