Nicki Minaj’s ‘deranged’ fans sends Twitter into a frenzy over Doja Cat!!
Rapper/ Singer Doja Cat has been making quite the news in the media lately. Rather posting hilarious social media videos doing outlandish music covers, or making the blogs for allegedly having a beef with Cardi B, the “Say So” singer just got into it again with 1 of the craziest fan bases in music history.
It’s no secret that Nicki Minaj’s fans go to extreme lengths to protect their Queen and will drag anyone to the end of time who try to come for her. Doja Cat just went viral again for supposedly speaking crazy to the Barbz, but with further research it may be a false alarm. The hashtag #DojaCatIsOverParty became popular on Twitter early Monday morning after the artist insulted Nicki’s fans.
This started when an illustrator posted a ‘mock’ Rolling Stone cover that featured Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj, and Texas hottie Megan Thee Stallion from left to right with the caption “The Female Rappers”.
Apparently, a twitter user commented that they wished Doja Cat was in the middle rather then Nicki. Twitter users came out the wood works adding to the conversation and engaging each other with drama about which artist should be where on the cover, and why. One of Nicki’s fans asked why does it matter, and of course Doja herself responded.
“Stop responding to them they’re twitter gangsters and they have nothing kind to say about you or anyone, she commented adding that the Barbz who have a long rap sheet of intense online trolling and harassment were “ immature”.
The smoke started, then led to the fire and the Barbz came out in full force reeking havoc on Doja’s twitter page. The hashtag was trending in a matter of minutes. At a time while the world is literally shut down, people are without jobs, and we don’t even know when we can get to the hair salon again, social media still manages to find a way to insert energy into something unhealthy and non-productive. Some fans were rather mature about the situation and encouraged others to listen to Doja’s music, which is very artistically creative, and full of energy. Doja Cat in the past even called Nicki Minaj one of her “industry idols” so we know there is a lot of respect and admiration between the two. It’s just the beginning of the week, and the millennials are causing pandemonium already in the Hip-Hop world.