Fans on Twitter are saying that popular American singer and rapper Doja Cat should be ‘cancelled’, yet again.

Last month, fans were urging for her to be ‘cancelled’ after engaging in a feud with Nicki Minaj fans. But now, the allegations against her are slightly more serious.

This comes just a day after Lana Del Rey was ‘cancelled’ for some controversial song lyrics. And Doja Cat was involved in that drama too!

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Who is Doja Cat?

Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini, better known as Doja Cat online, is an American singer, rapper and songwriter.

Her songs quickly became famous on TikTok, as people made up dance routines for her songs ‘Say So’ and ‘Candy’.

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Why is Doja Cat Cancelled?

The singer has been ‘cancelled’ by fans on Twitter after she allegedly made a racist comment.

According to CCN, Doja was on a “video chat site” engaging with other “racists”.

DailyDot said: “Apparently, someone uploaded a video, which allegedly shows the “Say So” singer in a TinyWebs chat room socializing with people known to make racist comments.”

Doja Cat has not yet confirmed or denied the allegations.

#DojaCatIsOverParty is trending on Twitter

People on Twitter have started using the same hashtag they used when Doja Cat was ‘cancelled’ back in April, #DojaCatIsOverParty, to express their digust towards Doja Cat.

One Twitter user wrote: “Me listening to Doja Cat one last time before I delete her albums all off of my Spotify playlist #DojaCatIsOverParty.”

Whilst another Twitter user wrote: “By the end of lockdown there won’t be anyone left to Stan #DojaCatIsOverParty,” referencing the recent ‘cancelling’ of both Lana Del Rey and Doja Cat.

Doja Cat has made a public apology

On May 24, Doja Cat uploaded a photo containing a public apology onto her Instagram account.

She said that she has “never been involved in any racist conversations” and is “sorry to anyone that she offended”.

Then, she says: “I’m a black woman. Half of my family is black from South Africa and I’m very proud of where I come from.”

She admits that she shouldn’t have been on some of the chat room sites and apologises to all her fans.

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