Doja Cat responds to Lana Del Rey's controversial Instagram post

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Doja Cat has posted a odd response to Lana Del Rey’s controversial Instagram submit wherein she referred to several different female artists as she hit again at claims her track “glamorises abuse”.

Cat was once named alongside Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Kehlani, Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé by Del Rey, who stated that they “have had quantity ones with songs about being attractive, carrying no garments, fucking, cheating and so on”.

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Doja Cat responds to Lana Del Rey's controversial Instagram publish

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She then posed a rhetorical query: “can i please return to singing about being embodied, feeling beautiful through being in love even if the relationship is not perfect, or dancing for cash – or no matter i need – with out being crucified or announcing that I’m glamorizing abuse??????”

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Del Rey’s feedback incited a backlash from fans on social media, who interpreted her observation as an assault on the artists she named, most of whom were girls of colour.

Doja Cat responds to Lana Del Rey's controversial Instagram put up

Cat then replied with the comment: “Gang sunk that dunker”, before it used to be fast deleted.

however she has on account that modified her Twitter handle to “GANG” and posted a part of the phrase in a tweet, asking her followers to fill in the clean.

it’s doubtful what the comment way but one Twitter person claimed: “Gang, which means a chum and on this location referencing Lana. So Lana sunk, as in she landed, and dunker which means the point looking to get throughout, (think about dunker that means reality bomb). So Lana’s points were made.”

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Cat has yet to clarify her comment.

 

Leaving a couple of feedback on her authentic post on may 22, Del Rey has in view that stated: “To be clear because I knowwwwww you like to twist issues. I fucking love these singers and be aware of them. #this is the reason i discussed them i’d additionally wish to have one of the comparable freedom of expression with out judgment of hysteria.”

“… the singers i mentioned are my favourite singers,” she persevered, “so if you need to check out and make a bone to pick of that such as you always do be my guest.

“It doesn’t exchange the truth that I haven’t had the same chance to specific what i wanted to specific without being totally decimated and if you wish to say that that has one thing to do with race that’s your opinion but that’s not what I used to be pronouncing.”

She introduced: “I don’t care anymore but don’t ever ever ever ever bro-name me racist as a result of that is bullshit.”

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