May 29, 2020


by: dexter


Tags: dojacat, feministhaters, nothomophobic, notracist, redpill


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Doja Cat Is Not Racist Or Homophobic

Doja Cat has been under fire recently from sad SJW losers on social media, after videos from her past have resurfaced on supposedly including clips of her using racial slurs. However, despite being black herself, Doja Cat received a lot of backlash from the past videos. A song Doja Cat made in 2015 called “Dindu Nuffin” drew attention to its title, a term apparently used by the alt-right as a racist slur to refer to people of colour who’ve been victims of police brutality and have asserted their innocence. These connections were also linked to past tweets of Doja Cat’s where she used homophobic slurs — allegations she apologised for in 2018. The fact of the matter is she’s not racist or homophobic! Freedom of speech is her legal right!

On Instagram Doja Cat addressed each of these allegations. She mentioned having visited chat sites since childhood and acknowledged that she, “shouldn’t have been on some of those chat room sites, but I personally have never been involved in any racist conversations. I’m sorry to everyone that I offended.”

As for “Dindu Nuffin,” she said, “it was in no way tied to anything outside of my own personal experience. It was written in response to people who often used that term to hurt me. I made an attempt to flip its meaning, but recognise that it was a bad decision to use the term in my music.”

This response travelled widely on social media, but Doja wasn’t done yet. On May 25, she hopped on Instagram Live for a 30-minute broadcast where she aimed to, as she said, “debunk everything.” The entire clip was captured and reposted by fans.

“My behaviour isn’t something that always needs to be followed,” she said in the video, also noting that her apology note was “an edited piece” work shopped by herself and her team. “I’m not perfect. At the end of the day, I shouldn’t be doing dumb shit. But also, I need to stand up for myself instead of making a video that’s diplomatically and politically correct.” She mentioned how she tried to record multiple apology videos (and even played clips of them) before opting for “being on Live, telling you guys my fucking truth, and being completely honest.”

That honesty included a frank exploration of perceived self-hate. “I love my skin colour. I think I’m beautiful,” she said. “The times that maybe there was a photo that was lightened to a certain point — that shit just happens. I am not behind editing my photos.” Her video also addressed “Dindu Nuffin,” which she called “maybe the worst song in the entire world” and “lyrically lost.” She also apologised again for creating it and said it was “in no way” connected to police brutality.

It is clear that Doja Cat was targeted because she is not the traditional feminist type and welcomes fringe (i.e. Red Pill) groups rather than “woke” groups.

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