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Controversy of The Latest Doja Cat Twitter and Instagram Selfie – 7 Important Facts to Know!

Pia VermaakPia Vermaak  August 12, 2023

Doja Cat Twitter – Learn more with Healthier Today! Doja Cat is no stranger to posting her classic and obnoxious ‘Doja Cat Twitter photos’ of herself on social media. However, her most recent selfie — or, as she called it, “thirst trap” — did not sit well with singer Tyrese. 

On Sunday, the “Say So” rapper posted a usual Doja Cat Twitter selfie to her nearly 25 million followers, showing her brow and short pink hair

Her eyes shifted away from the camera, revealing her arm tattoos. She appears to be keeping her no-eyebrows look after shaving them off on Instagram Live just over a year ago. 

She captioned the selfie, “Thirst trap.”

1. Who is Doja Cat?

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Doja Cat is a rapper, a singer, songwriter, and record producer from the United States. 

Her career began almost by chance with the release of “Mooo!” which became a viral meme song and catapulted her to fame. 

Her career grew due to her active social media presence on apps like TikTok and Instagram. 

She is also known for her genre-bending and frequently out-of-the-box musical style and her artistic abilities.   

Doja Cat was born on October 21, in 1995, in Los Angeles, California, to a creative family in the Tarzana neighborhood. 

Deborah Elizabeth Sawyer, is her mother, and a Jewish-American painter. 

Her father, Dumisani Dlamini, is a Zulu composer, actor, and a film producer known for his role in the 1992 musical Sarafina! 

Doja Cat says that she never met her father as a child. On the other hand, her father denies this, claiming that he has a “healthy” relationship with his daughter.

2. What Is Doja Cat’s Net Worth?

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WealthyPersons estimates Doja Cat’s net worth to be $600,000 in 2020. Doja is earning a large sum of money. 

The “Bottom B—h” rapper has over 6.7 million followers on Instagram and 1.5 million on her Doja Cat Twitter

3. Doja Cat and Her Childhood

Doja and her mother relocated to New York City shortly after her birth and remained there for five years. 

Her family later moved to Oak Park, California, and when she was five, her mother enrolled her in ballet, tap, and jazz lessons. 

Her aunt, who is a singer, taught her how to sing so that she could be accepted into a performing arts school. 

Her family relocated to the Sherman Oaks near Los Angeles when she was 11 years old, where they lived in an ashram in the Agoura Hills mountains for four years and practiced Hinduism. 

4. Her Love For Dance

Doja would wear headscarves and sing bhajans at the temple during this time. She claims that after that, she lost interest in school and began to enjoy dance. 

She had been practicing Bharatanatyam, an Indian classical dance style, while at the ashram. 

As she grew older and moved away from the ashram, she began taking breakdancing classes. 

Eventually, she joined a professional pop-locking troupe, with whom she competed in dance battles all over Los Angeles while still in high school. 

She also skipped school regularly to participate in online chatrooms. She eventually dropped out of high school during her junior year when she was 16 years old.

5. Doja Cat is Getting Attention

doja cat twitter - Healthier Me TodayShe is receiving the wrong type of attention. According to the Daily Mail, Doja Cat lost over 250,000 Instagram followers after a public spat with her devoted fanbase earlier this week. 

The massive loss on the social media platform comes just days after the Grammy winner, 27, slammed her biggest fans, dubbed “Kittenz.” 

“My fans don’t name themselves s-t,” she explained on Threads. “If you call yourself a ‘kitten’, you need to get off your phone, get a job, and help your parents around the house.” 

When her devoted fans pointed out that she coined the phrase years ago, Doja claimed she made it up as an “alcoholic teen.”

When a fan asked what they should change their social media handles too, the “Attention” rapper advised her fans to “delete” their “entire account and rethink everything.” 

6. Some Unsavory Doja Cat Twitter and Other Social Media Comments

Doja also called out fans who used her legal name — Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini — on social media. 

“You making my government name your sn [screenname] is creepy as f—k,” she wrote, later deleting the message.

After a Taylor Swift fan account told Doja that she’d be “nothing” if her fans didn’t support her “through thick and thin,” the musician responded.

“Nobody forced you, [I don’t know] why you’re talking to me like you’re my mother b—h, you sound like a crazy person.” 

The harsh approach of the singer prompted several of her most extensive fan pages, including The Kittens Room, Doja HQ, and Doja Cat News, to delete their Doja Cat Twitter fan accounts. 

Several users stated that Doja was “mean” to her fanbase for no apparent reason.

“Doja being mean to her fans for bc [sic] of the word kitten like her name isn’t Doja CAT, and she wasn’t dressed as a cat and meowed her way through an entire interview a few months ago.”

“Oh, she has lost her mind,” a fan tweeted, referring to the feline ensemble she wore to the 2023 Met Gala.

7. The Reaction to The Thirst Trap

doja cat twitter - Healthier Me TodayPeople have been reacting to the bizarre Doja Cat Twitter photo on social media. “I have no idea why n-word gas shawty, but this is insane,” one Twitter user said in response to the post. 

“Guys, I ain’t thirsty no more,” said another. “Could you please tell me this isn’t real life?” “I’m terrified,” says another. 

Doja Cat isn’t afraid to do things that she knows will irritate people. She explained why she enjoys fighting trolls earlier this year.

“Many people think I’m bad at dealing with trolls because I respond to them.” “I love going to f—ing war with trolls,” Doja Cat explained to Variety. 

“That’s just what I’ve grown up with; I’ve been on the internet for 1,000 years, and it’s just part of who I am, I need to respond.” 

“People think, ‘Oh, you’re weak if you’re defending yourself.’ But I always say, ‘Everyone can suck my d—k from the back.’ “

“Suppose anyone wants to challenge me on the internet. I’ll gladly participate, balls to the wall. It’s enjoyable for me.”

Controversy of The Latest Doja Cat Twitter and Instagram Selfie…

Doja Cat addressed her ability to brush off haters and even fans’ criticism in her new Dionne Warwick-sampling single “Paint The Town Red.” 

Later this year, the Grammy-winning artist will embark on The Scarlet Tour with Doechii and Ice Spice. The North American tour is set to begin on Halloween (October 31) in San Francisco.

The 24-city tour will stop in Las Vegas, Denver, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Miami, Brooklyn, Boston, Detroit, and Toronto before concluding on December 13 in Chicago. 

With a tour set to wrap up in 2023, many fans expect Doja Cat to release her highly anticipated follow-up to 2021’s Planet Her before hitting the road.


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Pia Vermaak

Pia Vermaak 

Pia Vermaak is the owner of the leading digital marketing and content writing company, MotherTyper. Her skill sets include degrees/certificates in beauty, psychology, business, and writing! MotherTyper has writers from all over the world with different races, genders, and backgrounds, ensuring the perfect piece is written, researched, and presented to you!