Doja Cat Issues A Statement, Proclaims: ‘I’m A Black Woman’

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Doja Cat‘s reign at the top was short like leprechauns.

A week after scoring her first no. 1 song on the Billboard charts, the “Say So” artist was getting canceled like Nino on social media when fans kicked off the #DojaCatIsOverParty after footage of her participating in racist chat rooms surfaced online.

But, that’s not all, the cancellation party prompted others to jog down memory lane to 2015, when Doja Cat released a song titled, “Dindu Nuffin,” a racist slur mocking victims of police brutality.

Late Sunday, Dojo released what I suppose is an apology via Instagram and proclaimed: “I’m a black woman.”

See the post below:

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