#DojaCatIsOverParty: Why Nicki Minaj fans want to cancel Doja Cat over a picture

It started when an illustrator tweeted a cover of Rolling Stones starring Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion with the title 'The Female Rappers'

                            #DojaCatIsOverParty: Why Nicki Minaj fans want to cancel Doja Cat over a picture
Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj (Getty Images)

Unlike a few years ago when rap was limited to male artists, the Western music industry has seen a healthy influx of female rap artists. While singer and rapper Nicki Minaj topped charts and retained the top spot for a long time, she was eventually faced with competition with the advent of newer female rap artists. The ‘Say So’ singer Doja Cat is one of the new entries to the industry, who has already managed to gain immense popularity worldwide. 

Despite the cutthroat competition, all was fine between these two rap queens and their followers online, until an illustration by one of their fans started making rounds on social media. A simulation of The Rolling Stone cover which comprised of sketches of Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion soon started trending where the illustrator suggested, a  Doja Cat fan, suggested a minor change in the order of the picture, irking Barbz. He said Doja Cat should be in the middle instead of Minaj.  

Hate comments started flooding social media when Barbz (Nicki Minaj's fans) sensed a threat from the new artist. And, in the wake of the fan feud which had just started to gain momentum, Doja Cat herself took to her handle to call out Minaj’s fans for being “Twitter gangsters” and “immature”. 

However, the unwelcome comment by Doja Cat clearly didn’t go well with Barbz who resorted to starting #DojaCatIsOverParty trend. Doja Cat wouldn’t stop at that. She went to share another comment, in which she called Barbz “scums” who “mean nothing”. 

The animosity between fans of both the parties left them further divided over #DojaCatIsOverParty, which saw some speak in favor of Doja Cat and some against. It was also surprising to see fans from both sides come out and slam the section of fans who were spreading the toxic 'cancel' culture.

While one Barb shared, 'This cancel culture gotta go". Another tried being sensible as they said: Why are barbs trying to cancel Doja cat...nicki and doja can coexist s two queens#dojacatisoverparty".

Another stepped in and said: #dojacatisoverparty i’m a barb but i will not let y’all do doja like this. especially not over tweets her fans made about their OPINIONS. ppl are allowed to have different opinions thank u. PLS STFU AND LEAVE DOJA ALONE. she’s just defending her fans. nicki would do the same!”

“#dojacatisoverparty and i’m driving that mf at FULL SPEED @DojaCat don’t ever come for the barbz when the majority of your fans are barbz and the biggest fan page someone has of you is ran by a BARB your sooo stupid like i can’t even your cancelled been cancelled just a knockoff,” added another. 

We wouldn’t know if she was once again referring to the ongoing virtual war between her fans and Barbz, but a few hours ago, Doja Cat tweeted, "People have been messing with me my whole life. I learned a long time ago there's no sense getting all riled up every time a bunch of idiots give you a hard time. In the end, the universe tends to unfold as it should. Plus I have a really large penis. That keeps me happy."

The ‘Boss Bitch’ singer has been unbothered and has been actively sharing memes trolling her critics along with TikTok videos with fans in quarantine and has also changed her Twitter handle to “rap of poop”. 

Well, now all that’s awaited is a response from Minaj’s end. 

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