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Doja Cat attends the 2022 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 15, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Doja Cat Coming to some of her fans.
The singer took to Twitter over the weekend to explain a few things, including not being called “Government” Amala Ratna Zandil Dlamini.
“You make the name of my government your own [screenname] She tweeted to a follower.
She followed that up with a message for fans to delete their social media accounts if they continued to use her full name.
She also had a problem with fans calling themselves “kittenz”, a term she says she coined as a “teenage alcoholic”.
“Fans have no right to call themselves Swiss,” the singer wrote.
“If you call yourself a ‘kitten’ or the king of ‘kittins’ it means you need to put down your phone, get a job and help your parents around the house,” she wrote on Twitter.
One fan responded, “??? Just using the name you gave your fans.” Another asked, “What should I change my name to since you don’t like the term cat.”
One of the followers mocked her singer comments After “meowing” her way through the Met gala dressed as a cat.
“Douga means her fans because of the word cat like her name isn’t Douga Cat and she wasn’t dressed as a cat and made her way through a whole interview a few months ago she just lost her mind,” the fan wrote.
Doja Cat has since deleted the series of tweets, some of which were shared by others on social media.
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