Doja Cat faces backlash for calling out Kardashians in new song
In a move that has sparked heated debates across social media, Doja Cat, also known as Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini, released her latest track, “Wet Vagina,” as part of her fourth studio album, “Scarlet,” on Friday, September 22nd. The song features controversial lyrics that take aim at the Kardashian family, igniting fresh tensions between the rapper and the reality TV clan.
This isn’t the first time Doja Cat and the Kardashians have made headlines together. Back in May, rumours circulated that Kylie Jenner was denied entry to Doja Cat’s Met Gala party, with a source stating that the party reached capacity, leaving Jenner no choice but to walk away.
Their awkward encounters didn’t stop there; during Paris Fashion Week earlier in the year, a video of the two stars went viral, showcasing an uncomfortable exchange. Now, Doja Cat has woven the Kardashians into her latest release, according to UNILAD.
The song’s second verse includes the lyrics, “Tell me why ol’ shorty walkin’ like she got a stick in her a**/ And pretty face, plastic, it’s givin’ Kardashian.” This direct reference to the Kardashians’ appearance has caused a stir on social media, with fans and critics alike expressing their opinions.
One Twitter user exclaimed, “@DojaCat did you diss the Kardashians in ‘Wet Vagina’?? I didn’t see the lyrics. I’m lovin’ it.” However, not everyone was supportive, as another user retorted, “Pot kettle much,” and a third accused Doja Cat of hypocrisy, stating, “She just told us how she got her boobs done and her thighs lipoed. Hypocrite.”
This controversy adds to the list of Doja Cat’s recent album-related issues. Earlier, her music video for “Paint the Town Red” received criticism from members of the Christian community for its satanic themes.