American singer Doja Cat
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American rapper, singer, and songwriter Doja Cat is currently making headlines after she went on an online attack against her fans.

The 27-year-old highlighted that she did not love them and found it weird that they called themselves Kittenz... a nickname she gave them when she hit the limelight.

You know the way Nicki Minaj has Barbz, Beyonce has the Beyhive, BTS has Army, Selena Gomez fans call themselves Selenators, and so on.


Things erupted when a fan tweeted the “Say So” singer asking her to say that she loves her fans, just the usual validation nothing much. Doja upon seeing the tweet responded by saying she doesn’t love them at all.

She also went off on her fan base for dubbing themselves “Kittenz,”

“I wanna hear you say (I do love you guys) as usual you say to your fans,” the tweet read.


Doja responded writing, “I don’t though cuz I don’t even know y'all.”

And that's where all the chaos erupted from.

Clearly triggered by the comment, another fan joined in saying, “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 f**king garage band miss high school drop out…”

Doja Cat
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Doja's claws came off and she went straight for the jugular.

The Planet Her entertainer fired back highlighting she's never asked for anyone to go above and beyond for her.

“Nobody forced you idk why you’re talking to me like you’re my mother bi**h you sound like a crazy person," the Grammy award-winning artist fired back.


From there, the rapper went on to discourage her fans from nicknaming themselves “Kittenz” and also called one fan “creepy” for using her government name as their screen name.

“My fans don’t name themselves sh*t. If you call yourself a ‘kitten’ or f**king ‘kittenz’ that means you need to get off your phone and get a job and help your parents with the house,” the 'Woman' hit-maker wrote in a since-deleted post.

Confused by the Threads post, a fan came for the artist reminding her that she is the originator of the name, “??? only using the name YOU gave your fans,”

A relentless Doja replied by noting, “When I was an alcoholic teen.”

In a bid to settle the way and still in denial that their fave was being totally mean another fan went on to ask the artist what she'd prefer then.

“what should I change my name to then since you don’t like the term kitten?” the post read. To which Doja replied, “Just delete the entire account and rethink everything it’s never too late.”

Following the insane interaction some of Doja Cat’s most popular fan pages with thousands of followers have deactivated their accounts. These include Doja HQ, The Kittens Room, and Doja Cat News.

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