#DojaCatIsOverParty Trends Again After Videos Appear Online

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Doja Cat’s career is seeing a great rise and boost from having a top billboard song with Nicki Minaj. With great success sometimes comes great responsibility. Doja Cat began trending on Twitter after fans called for her to be canceled with the hashtag “#DojaCatIsOverParty”.

Ironically, Nicki Minaj’s devoted fan base of “The Barbz” had put together the original hashtag when they believed Doja Cat was disrespectful toward the New York rapper, but that whole situation was a misunderstanding.

This time around, according to people who frequent Tincychat groups say the singer also visits the platform on her free time. 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.