/Doja Cat Lashes Out At Fans After They Called Out Her Controversial Boyfriend

Doja Cat Lashes Out At Fans After They Called Out Her Controversial Boyfriend

Doja Cat lashed out at fans last week after they dogged her with criticism about her controversial boyfriend, comedian J. (Jeffrey) Cyrus.

The singer went public with Cyrus last November, and the two were seen kissing on a yacht in June.

Not long after, several people came forward accusing Cyrus of grooming and sexual misconduct, according to BuzzFeed.

Some people included screenshots of posts allegedly written by Cyrus where he “seemingly references alleged sexual assault,” according to the Evening Standard.

Doja Cat didn’t seem to appreciate the criticism, lashing out at fans on both Twitter and Threads in now-deleted posts.

In one post, she told fans in all caps: “I don’t give a fuck what you think about my personal life.”

She also apparently blocked a number of fans.

The singer told other fans not to call her by her “government name,” which is Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini.

“You making my government name your [screen name] is creepy as fuck,” she tweeted to one follower.

When another asked Doja Cat to say that she loves her fans, it was a bridge too far for the singer.

“I don’t though cuz I don’t even know yall,” she said.

Another fan responded: “And we don’t know you. But we have supported you through thick and thin. Mind you you’d be NOTHING without us. You’d be working at a grocery store making songs on fucking Garage Band Miss high school drop out.”

The singer replied: “idk why you’re talking to me like you’re my mother … you sound like a crazy person.”

Doja Cat interacts with fans.
Doja Cat interacts with fans.

Doja Cat also had harsh words for her fans who call themselves “kittens,” and suggested they “get off your phone and get a job and help your parents with the house.” (The singer herself held a poll in 2020 asking her fans what they should be called, with “kittens” getting 74% of the vote and “cubs” 26%.)

Doja Cat tweet

She offered this advice to one fan whose user name contained the word “kittenz”: “Just delete the entire account and rethink everything it’s never too late.”

HuffPost reached out to Doja Cat for comment, but did not immediately receive a response.

The singer may be taking her own advice regarding social media. She deleted the tweets where she lashed out at fans and has reportedly deactivated her Threads account.

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