Doja Cat is doing what any other “cancelled” artist would do; dropping new music and trolling her haters.
After topping the charts at #1 with Nicki Minaj, the “Say So” singer has teamed up with Gucci Mane for “Like That.”
“Like That” is the latest release off Doja’s breakthrough album Hot Pink, which dropped last fall.
Meanwhile, as Doja eases her way back onto social media, she continues to address the alleged alt-right Tinychat footage that initiated the cancelled controversy in the first place. While she has already apologized, she is still defending herself and her friends.
“I just realized how fucking stupid that narrative is,” she said, fighting back against the allegations her friends she hung out with on TinyChat are racist or sexist.
“I just realized that. The things, the verbal harassment, the physical harassment, that I could go through being in a crowd of white supremacists, who you think I’m so good friends with. It’s fucking ridiculous. My friends aren’t fucking racist on chatrooms. My friends on Tiny Chat are not fucking supremacists.”
Doja Cat responds to people calling her a white supremacist on Instagram Live:
“My friends aren’t racist on chat rooms. My friends on Tinychat aren’t white supremacists…and you won’t find anything on them because you’re stupid!” pic.twitter.com/pvHWp5kzik
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) June 24, 2020
Doja also has a very special message for those haters that keep hitting he with the “we ain’t forget” about her being “cancelled.”
— Doja News (@DojaNews) June 24, 2020