Doja Cat is famous for making the song ‘bitch, I’m a cow’ a couple years back that shouldn’t be our first indication that she was racist like every other e-girl before her. But recently her song ‘Say So’ has reached no. 1 on the charts and now her weirdo online behavior has come out.
Someone posted a video of Doja chilling in chat rooms with alt-right incels just hanging comfortably like she’s with old pals.
— ig: @teenagenaija (@teenagenaija) May 22, 2020
People also found an old school she made called ‘dindu nuffin‘ which apparently is a racist term used to make fun of black victims of police brutality. Doja Cat was out here using racism that you can only find in 4chan boards and tinywebs chat rooms.
Here is what she said in an Instagram post defending her white supremacy Google hangouts:
“I want to address what’s been happening on Twitter. I’ve used public chat rooms to socialize since I was a child. I shouldn’t have been on some of those chat room sites, but I personally have never been involved in any racist conversations. I’m sorry to everyone I offended.”
Love the idea of being in racist chat rooms all day but ‘never being involved in any racist conversations’. She didn’t add to the dialogue she just sat there listening to it. How normal.
She also hit us with the classic ‘I know black people’ line.
“I’m a black woman. Half of my family is black from South Africa and I’m very proud of where I come from.”
To anyone defending Doja by saying that she can’t be racist because she’s black, go meet more black people and especially mixed people who often have an identity crisis at some point in their life and I would imagine getting attention from racist internet weirdos gave her the self-esteem and confidence to walk around with her wig crooked for all these years.
Here is her explanation for her Dindu Nuffin song:
“As for the old song that’s resurfaced, it was in no way tied to anything outside of my own personal experience. It was written in response to people who often used that term to hurt me. I made an attempt to flip its meaning, but recognize that it was a bad decision to use the term in my music.”
Again, never even heard of that slur. That’s a term you only hear if you spend hours with alt-right Reddit moderators. How were you attempting to flip the meaning of a word that no one knows? Just say ‘I am an internet troll and I was mocking people’s reactions to police brutality because I live on the internet and don’t recognize the real life stakes of the things me and my incel friends choose to make fun of’
I am not into cancel culture. I mean, we should absolutely get these sociopaths out of here but I’m not into how excited these internet white knights get when they have the opportunity to receive some easy Likes and Retweets by showing people how good they are. Your profile picture is some random anime character, bro. I know you were in those chatrooms with Doja begging her to flash some toes on the cam real quick.
Doja Cat will be fine. Maybe. I don’t know. She has some good songs but she is very replaceable and doesn’t have a hive of fans dedicated to riding through this storm with her. I will continue to not listen to her music as I’ve been doing long before she was confirmed racist and I will do long after.
But if you want to be racist and survive a cancellation, you need to get your bars up. You need to put more money in executive’s pockets. Cool, you got one No. 1 record. But you have to fill the billboards a little more frequently if you want us to shrug off your ‘black lives don’t matter’ group chat.
Also, before I forget: Dear everyone, you don’t need to tell anyone what races you will and will not date. Doja Cat once declared that she doesn’t date black men which is totally fine as everyone has their own preferences and attractions but there is never a need to publicly state it. That’s weirdo behavior. No one gives a shit who you date. Going out of your way to say ‘no blacks’ is a good way to find yourself in a position where you have to defend why you’re in Zoom chats with Steve Bannon and them boys.