Doja Cat Opens Up About Feeling Liberated After Losing 250K Instagram Followers: Overcoming a Major Challenge
Doja Cat, the singer whose real name is Amala Dlamini, has revealed that she is not bothered by losing a quarter million followers on Instag...
Doja Cat Unfazed by Losing Instagram Followers
Doja Cat, whose real name is Amala Dlamini, has revealed that she is not bothered by losing a quarter million followers on Instagram. Despite facing significant backlash for her controversial posts, where she referred to some of her fans as "creepy," the 27-year-old star remains unapologetic about her comments.
In fact, the recording artist expressed her feelings of liberation and freedom after noticing the mass exodus of followers on her Instagram. She shared in her Instagram stories that this made her feel like she had overcome a significant obstacle that had been weighing her down. It also allowed her to reconnect with the people who truly care about her for who she is now.
Controversy Surrounding Doja Cat's Fans
Doja Cat, a popular singer, has lost a significant number of followers on a social media platform due to a controversy surrounding some tweets she posted. The controversy revolves around fans calling themselves "Kittenz" to show their dedication to her.
Grammy award winner, Doja Cat, recently expressed her frustration with fans who use inappropriate and derogatory names for themselves. She criticized fans who call themselves "kitten" or "kittenz," stating that they should focus on more important things like getting a job and helping their parents. She also found it creepy when fans used her real name for their social media accounts.
Previous Backlash and Controversial Comments
Singer Doja Cat faced backlash on social media after suggesting a follower delete their account and rethink everything when they asked for a new username. This led to a mass exodus of followers from her account.
This is not the first time Doja Cat has experienced a backlash from fans. Last year, she publicly criticized actor Noah Schnapp from the TV show "Stranger Things" for sharing private direct messages between them. She referred to his actions as "borderline snake s***" and "weasel s***." In response to criticism, Doja Cat took to Twitter to address her critics, calling them "cringe and lame" and stating that nobody wants to hang out with them.