Doja Cat Dispels Rumored Nicki Minaj Beef: ‘I’m Her Biggest Fan’ and Nicki Minaj also int.erv.ened

Doja Cat hit #1 on the Billboard charts with Say So (Remix) featuring Nicki Minaj and maybe she did it (just kidding!) because a week ago she promised fans that she would release them if the single achieved success. important conference.

It’s a joke, however, that fans took her at her word, as – over the past few hours – the singer has received countless requests from her followers encouraged by Nicki Minaj herself, who reminded reminded her colleagues via Twitter of the promise she had made. In response to this issue, Doja Cat took a step back and revealed during an Instagram live broadcast that she was only joking and was not going to debut to thank her fans.

Just a week after Doja Cat incited #Barb backlash for calling Nicki Minaj’s fan base ‘scum’ the ‘Say So’ singer has spoken out.

Recently interviewed by our friends at Apple Music, Cat recounted making the comment which – according to her – was aimed at a select few, not the entire fan base.

“This person was bullying [a fan of mine] at this point and just saying just mean, horrible things,” she told resident host Zane Lowe. “I’m standing up for this guy and then I’m just getting upset with everybody. And then I said, ‘These people are idiots; they’re children; they’re scum.’ Because they were, those five people are scum. They suck. They literally suck. They don’t even know who they are.”

Referring to the fan base as “scum” led to the launch of the viral hashtag #DojaCatisOverParty, which – at the height of its popularity – was featured in tens of thousands of tweets.

“So, then people started spinning [my comment about scum], of course, because that’s the internet. They start spinning it that I’m talking about every single person who likes Nicki Minaj when they don’t even know I’m the biggest Nicki Minaj fan. So, they’re stupid. They don’t even know me. So, they’re saying things that they have no idea what they’re talking about.”