Doja Cat's Black Again - Twitter Says Unable To Bleach Skin During Quarantine!!

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It's no secret that pop superstar Doja Cat is biracial. Her father is Black South African and her mother is Jewish-American (Caucasian) and used to look biracial too. That is... before her career started blowing up.

After Doja's popularity increased, fans of the beautiful pop star began to notice and comment that her skin was getting lighter, and her hair was getting straighter and straighter with Doja looking.... a lot less Black.

For example, this is what she looked like a few weeks before the quarantine:

But the coronavirus outbreak has changed all that.

Now that Doja's been stuck in quarantine for the past month, unable to get cosmetic procedures and treatments - she's looking a lot more "Black" again.

Social media is buzzing about Doja's reversion back to Black. Many on Twitter suspect that since she's been unable to get her skin bleached - she's turning Black again.

Here's what she looks like now:

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Doja Cat, real name Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini, is a rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer who first rose to prominence and internet fame in 2018, with her single "Mooo!", which became a viral music video and ultimately "set the tone for her career".

Doja Cat released her debut studio album, Amala, in 2018 and a deluxe repackage in 2019, which included the single "Tia Tamera". She released the single "Juicy" in August 2019 which reached number 41 on the US Billboard Hot 100, earning Doja Cat her first entry on the chart. Her second studio album, Hot Pink (2019), entered the chart in over 10 countries including the US, Canada, Australia, the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand. 

The album included the song "Say So", which became popular on the video-sharing platform TikTok, causing it to peak at number 7 in the US and the UK and become the most-streamed song of 2020 by a female artist in the US as of April 2020.