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Doja Cat “Debunks” Alleged Racist Controversy On Instagram Live



Doja Cat "Debunks" Alleged Racist Controversy

Doja Cat finally breaks the silence as she “Debunks” Alleged Racist Controversy On Instagram Live address Chatroom, #DojaCatIsOverParty.

The singer and song writer has been face with a controversy in which she is been accused of racism and frequenting a chatroom known to be a haven for racist in the past. Although evidence to support the allegations had yet been revealed.

The #DojaCatIsOverParty became a trending topic on Twitter and when some users shared a photo and a couple of videos showing the singer-rapper dropping questionable comments during conversations on TinyChat with white folks who were known to be from alt-right/incel community. The situation became more elavated.

Doja Cat recently apologized on her i stagram page in a long post shared, saying “I want to address what’s been happening on Twitter,” she said. “I’ve used public chat rooms to socialize since I was a child. I shouldn’t have been on some of those chat room sites, but I personally have never been involved in any racist conversations. I’m sorry to anyone I offended.”

A song titled Dindu Nuffin was brought to light with Some Twitter users claiming that the song was made to poke fun at the death of Sandra Bland, a Black woman who died in police custody in Texas under mysterious circumstances back in 2015.

On Monday she has return on instagram Live to through more light on the situation surround the controversy.

She said “From me and the people I work with, like any business, like any conglomerate, there would be many people trying to protect what’s going on and that’s exactly what we were trying to do,” “So I’m just gonna, one, debunk everything.”

The rapper-singer made bullet points of all the allegations against her and addressed them one by one. Watch the Full video below

Concerning her song, “Dindu Nuffin,” she said it was “the worst song in the entire world. “Dindu nuffin,” or “didn’t do nothing,” is often used as a slur by alt-righters to describe black people who find themselves in trouble with the law. said the song was never made with the intention of poking fun at a black woman who passed away and that it’s one of the most ridiculous made-up rumors she’s heard.

The ‘Say So‘ hit maker went on to talk about her personal life and allegations that she only dates white people. She said she doesn’t pick her lovers based on their race or religion. “If I love someone, I’m not f*cking looking at their skin color,” she said. Watch the full, half an hour session above.

Towards the end, the artist who is of South African and Jewish descent, addressed the uproar by some in the gaming continuity who were disappointed that she didn’t go topless on achieving a number 1 song, as she promised.

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