Doja Cat addresses the mass exodus of Instagram followers and says she feels good about it

Doja Cat attempts to flip the script by assuring her downcast fans that they mean nothing to her.

The Grammy winner allegedly lost more than 180,000 Instagram followers in the last few weeks after brutally honest posts on Twitter and threads in which she not only refused to embrace her fan base, but also wrote in capital letters that she “doesn’t care” what they think.

“When I see all these people unfollowing, it feels like I’ve defeated a big beast that has held me for so long and I feel like I can reconnect with people, who are really important to me and who love me for who I am and not for who I am.” War,” she wrote on Instagram.

The rapper closed Wednesday’s now-defunct story by saying, “I feel free.”

Doja Cat unwittingly sparked the backlash on social media after going public with her comedian boyfriend J. (Jeffrey) Cyruswho was reportedly charged grooming and sexual assault – and targeting fans on social media in posts that have since been deleted.

“I want you all to read this comment and take it as a message.” wrote Doja Cat. “I don’t give a shit what you think about my personal life. I never have and will never care what you think of me or my personal life. Goodbye and get well soon you miserable whores haha!”

The “Boss Bitch” rapper apparently she even blocked some of her fans And claimed she didn’t love her. When another fan told her that she would be “NOT” without her fans, Doja Cat called her a “slut” — and said they sounded “like a crazy person.”

Doja Cat clarified her stance on privacy and autonomy in a recent interview with Harper's Bazaar.
Doja Cat clarified her stance on privacy and autonomy in a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar.

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The rapper also insisted her fanbase doesn’t have names — unlike Nicki Minaj loyalists who call themselves Barbz — and wrote in a deleted Threads post that anyone who calls themselves “kitten” in her honor should stop using their phone “and get a job.”

The rapper’s controversial attempt at setting boundaries has allegedly This resulted in some of their biggest fan accounts being deactivated. A Twitter user was shocked “Witnessing the Azealia bankification of Doja Cat,” in reference to the controversial New York rapper.

Doja Cat has since allegedly has deactivated her Threads account.

Her alleged relief at the mass exodus coincided with an interview by Harper’s Bazaar that named her one of the three cover stars of the September 23 issue of ICONS – in which she was far more explicit and less hostile about her stance on privacy and autonomy.

“My theory is that if someone has never met me in real life, subconsciously I’m not real to them.” she told the outlet. “So when people get engaged to someone they don’t even know online, they kind of take responsibility for that person.”

She continued, “They think that in a way this person belongs to them. And when that person changes… there’s a shock reaction that’s almost uncontrollable. …I have accepted that this is happening. So I put on my wigs and take them off… I have complete freedom.”

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