Doja Cat is one of today’s rising stars and that seemingly makes some people see her as a threat to their favorite artists. When Rolling Stone included the “Boss B***h” singer in their cover alongside Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion, the Barbz were not having it.
They tried to trend #dojacatisoverparty on Twitter, much to everyone’s dismay. “this fanbase is toxic all she did was state facts lmao. some of y’all rep nicki so poorly #dojacatisoverparty,” one tweeted. Another one added, “Idc what anyone says I am not following the #dojacatisoverparty man. Y’all wanna cancel people over ANYTHING. Stfu b***hes too bored, let the queen talk.”
“Me trying to explain to my friends that the #dojacatisoverparty is stupid and how barbs overreact to everything and how this will all be forgotten in 2 days,” another comment read.
Doja herself broke her silence on the issue. Joining a conversation between a fan and a hater, the singer/rapper urged, “Stop responding to them they’re twitter gangsters and they have nothing kind to say about you or anyone. they live and breathe being f***in immature.”
She also clapped back to a hater who said, “Girl you had 6 hours to say this instead you let the barbz go into meltdown thinking your shading them or don’t like them had me panickin.” In response to the diss, Doja wrote back, “I don’t have to say st to a bunch of children because I was too busy making dank f*in memes all day.”