Almost a month after harshly criticizing her fans, some of whom she says are unemployed good-for-nothings, Doja Cat has come out of her silence. Although nearly 200,000 of them have decided to no longer follow her on Instagram following her tackles, the rapper, who still has 25 million, is no worse off. Quite the contrary.
“Seeing all these people unfollow me makes me feel like I’ve defeated a big beast that’s been dragging me down for a very long time. It’s like, now, I can reconnect with people who really matter and who love me for who I am and not for what I was,” the 27-year-old American wrote in an Instagram story. on August 16, 2023. She added that she now felt “liberated.” Coincidentally, it was announced on the same day that Doja Cat was on the cover of the September edition of “Harper’s Bazaar.” In an interview given to the magazine before her murderous outings, she explains that she has great admiration for her fans: “I like people to speak up to defend someone who is the victim of bullying or haters on the web. Some of the most emotional moments for me were when my fans stood up for me.”