Pop superstar Doja Cat is still trying to put her career back together, after it was discovered that the biracial rapper was stripping for alt-right alleged racists in chat repps. In the videos, Doja was also making derogatory comments about "n***ers."
Well Doja has since apologized for her actions, and has been hoping to turn the page on the scandal.
Last night, when some of her fans continued to bring up Doja's past, she had a breakdown and began cursing out her own fans.
Here is what happened to cause Doja's 2020 cancellation:
In May 2020, a 2015 song by Doja Cat titled "Dindu Nuffin" resurfaced. "Dindu Nuffin" is an alt-right term used to ridicule African-American victims of police brutality that claim that they are innocent. Doja Cat apologized by claiming that, though the song was meant to flip the meaning of the term, it was a "bad decision". She denied that the song was a response to police brutality or the death of Sandra Bland, calling the allegation "one of the most awful rumors that I've ever encountered". Doja Cat stated that, though she has previously criticized her own hair type, she does not have self-hatred or internalized racism. She denied engaging in online racist conversations during her participation in chat rooms, stating that "the narrative that it's a white supremacist chat is absolutely 100% incorrect." Doja Cat denied a raceplay rumor that originated from a viral video of her using the N-word in a chat room.
Doja Cat, real name Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini, singer, rapper and songwriter. She first rose to prominence with the release of the music video for her song "Mooo!", which went viral in 2018. She subsequently became known for creating music videos and songs that achieve popularity on social media apps like TikTok.
She released her debut studio album, Amala, in 2018, followed by a deluxe repackage in 2019, which included the singles "Tia Tamera" and "Juicy.” Her second studio album, Hot Pink (2019), reached the top 10 of the Billboard 200 and generated the number one single "Say So.”