DojaCatIsOver is trending on Twitter after videos of her resurface, people accuse her of hanging out with Alt right men and being anti-black, and also creating a racist song called “Dindu Nuffin”, released the year of Sandra Bland’s death.

When Doja Cat first went viral with her hit song Moo there were rumors about her being anti-black. The allegations came when she was also accused of being anti-lgbt; screenshots of her making fun of gay people and calling them “f—ts.”

Around that time she gave an anti-apology saying:

“I called a couple of people f——ts when I was in high school in 2015 does this mean I don’t deserve support?” she wrote on Twitter. “I’ve said f——t roughly 15 thousand times in my life. Does saying f—-t mean you hate gay people? Do I hate gay people? I don’t think I hate gay people. Gay is ok.”

She then came under fire for her apology and actually gave an actual apology later on. It was around this time people accused her of also being anti-black but it died out.

A lot of people chose to forgive and support her specifically because women aren’t extended space to mess up, while rappers are generally ignored and allowed to succeed even when they make anti-lgbt remarks, are abusive towards women, or other things that are derogatory.

A post is now going viral that claims to show Doja Cat allegedly hanging out with men who are known for being in Alt-right groups on Tinychat.


The post was made after someone went to a site called lipstickalley claiming to expose DojaCat. The person claims to be a black woman who was invited to a few posts with DojaCat back in the day, and posted a few videos of her being in rooms with alt right men and incels:

Here’s one of the videos the person posted:

The responses on lipstick alley continued:

The post became much more believable after people resurfaced one of her old songs, that when she first released people bashed her for being racist.

The song had been released in 2015, a few months after Sandra Blands death, while the internet was protesting Sandra Bland’s innocence, and that she shouldn’t have died:



The lyrics to the song went a little like:

How much nothing can a dindu do
If a dindu, dindu nothin’
How much money could a dindu make
If a dindu did all the things that you wish to

Racists were praising her in the comments when the song first released, and laughing at victims.

Here are some of the reactions on Twitter:

People are saying they’re now waiting for more videos of her to be exposed.

Update a new video was leaked:

Updated: May 24, 2020 — 12:47 am

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