Doja Cat caught heat recently for what seems to be her not wanting to acknowledge her African American roots and blackness. This was due to her joining a controversial tinychat group. She was then cancelled supposedly for her alleged actions with #DojaCatPartyIsOver hashtag, but now the internet is trending with #WeAreSorryDoja and some people are scratching their heads wondering why.
Doja Cat has yet to respond to the original backlash she received or this current trend of apology.
Here’s a scrapped song of Doja being disrespectful & racist: The word displayed in the song is an offensive and derogatory ethnic slur: pic.twitter.com/24RmG0XhAi
— Parody (@kiramelodic) May 22, 2020
— hi. (@kldakha) May 24, 2020
— ً (@kultureds) May 24, 2020
— kayla (@A24OBRIEN) May 24, 2020
Hastag We are sorry Doja ? HOLY COW ARE YOU FOOOKING KIDDING ME ? Congrats to the record company RCA Records @RCARecords for the #WeAreSorryDoja and sorry for you cuz this racist ruins your image. Fuck this bitch !!! pic.twitter.com/D76P4D4pQY
— Mendo La B (@MendoLaB1) May 24, 2020
— Aaliyah⛓️🖤 (@YouEnvyyAaliyah) May 24, 2020
— Lana Moon (@sephirothsfave) May 24, 2020
— mindful nonsense (@NonsenseMindful) May 24, 2020
— zakeema™ (@Zakeema1) May 24, 2020
— melotraumatic (@melotraumatic14) May 24, 2020