Doja Cat caught heat on Friday (May 22) over her online friendship and former tweets, causing "#DojaCatIsOverParty" to trend.
She's riding high as one of the most sought after singers in music at the moment, but on Friday (May 22), Doja Cat began trending on Twitter after fans called for her to be canceled. After mulling through hundreds of tweets, there are a variety of convoluted reasons as to why "#DojaCatIsOverParty" topped the trending charts, and it doesn't seem like there is a linear explanation. Yet, this is what we could come up with.
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Apparently, Doja Cat likes to frequent TinyChat groups in her free time—some people stated that this is new hobby of hers— regardless of her celebrity status. According to people who have watched the singer in these chat rooms, Doja has formed online friendships with people who are reportedly known to be alt-righters, racist, and "incels" (misogynistic men who treat women poorly). Videos of Doja Cat in these chats began to circulate, and it didn't take long for some of her old tweets to resurface where she allegedly made bigoted remarks.
Much of this is speculation, aside from clips where she seems to drop n-bombs, and until the singer issues a response to the allegations, everything shared is conjecture. You can read through some of the tweets below and see for yourself why "#DojaCatIsOverParty" has been trending.