Doja Cat Has An Explanation For All That Racist White Supremacy Stuff, Is Sorry For Offending Anyone

May 26, 2020 / Posted by:

Not sure what the status is of Doja Cat at the moment. She was just canceled the other day over a shit load of past racist remarks coming to haunt her again, including a racist incident that happened a week ago. Well, Doja Cat is meowing out another stream of apologies in hopes that she will be un-canceled and people other than the KKK will dance to her songs on TikTok again.

24-year-old Doja Cat (born name: Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini) has a history of messiness. She’s been caught saying “faggot” a bunch of times, she’s been called out for going on white supremacist chat rooms, and she wrote a song that many took as an anti-black anthem about police brutality. But she has an explanation for all of that!

Doja hopped onto Instagram to apologize, saying that as a half-black person, she is proud of her heritage and loves black people and explained why she wrote that racist song Dindu Nuffin. She denied that the song is about police brutality and the death of Sandra Bland. She only wrote it because other people called her that. This is also the reason I wrote my song “Flaming Fairy Boy”–it’s actually very empowering.

Doja didn’t stop there and did an Instagram Live where she addressed other shit, like her chatting on the social media platform Tinychat, which is apparently a hotbed of white supremacist incels. Doja played dumb when it came to Tinychat being a white supremacist chat room, saying she doesn’t understand the claim “in any way”. She said it’s a public chat room and that it’s not really monitored, so white supremacists may take part in chats. She also admitted she was a moderator there at one time.

Doja also got into Beyoncé because people thought she was coming for her in a TikTok? Unclear, but Doja wants you to know she was not slandering Beyoncé because she’s a huge fan. Oh, so she’s a moderator of a white supremacist chat room and the Beyhive? What range. She said:

“Beyoncé is the reason that I can believe I can be who I am. Beyoncé is one of the driving forces of who I am in my career… and every-fucking-time anyone was ever came for Beyoncé–I was there. And that’s all I have to say.”

Doja Cat threw the first brick at Beywall and don’t you fucking FORGET IT!

Here’s 20 minutes (20 MINUTES!) of Doja Cat explaining herself:

We have canceled so many people this week. Doja is going to be fine because people will always forgive her and ignore the shit she did a week ago. But I won’t ever forgive her for that annoying Say So song. Where’s the 20-minute apology for that?

Pic: Instagram

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