Lana Del Rey’s ‘witchcraft’ responsible for #DojaCatIsOverParty according to fans who share memes to celebrate

Lana received huge backlash for calling out women of color to make a point about her style of music and fans of Lana today believe that the #DojaCatisOver hashtag is karma


                            Lana Del Rey’s ‘witchcraft’ responsible for #DojaCatIsOverParty according to fans who share memes to celebrate
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#Dojacatisoverparty began trending after a video of Doja Cat surfaced online in which she is seen socializing with people who are known to make racist comments. This comes a day after Lana Del Rey was canceled for her statement that followers believed was racist because she called out women of color to make a point about how her style of music should not be called out for romanticizing abuse anymore. One of the women that Lana mentioned in her statement was Doja Cat. Lana received huge backlash for this and fans of Lana today believe that the #DojaCatisOver hashtag is karma. Some even joked online that the Twitter trend was a result of Lana's 'witchcraft'.

After the Lana was spewed with hatred for shading Ariana Grande, Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj and Beyonce, fans are not ready to believe that the #Dojacatisover hashtag was a coincidence. Twitter threads show fans share memes of Lana Del Ray looking happy with the recent development. 

One fan wrote, "#DojaIsOverParty trending number three??? that Lana witchcraft don’t let up." Another fan commented, "Yea we out here with our rosemary and sage in our pot. HerbFour leaf clover." There were also comments such as "Lana and her fans after using witchcraft on Doja to cancel her #DojaIsOverParty."

In one of the threads, fans also began to argue about Lana's dating life noting how she had dated a cop in the past. It began with one of the fans trying to stand up for the singer. This fan wrote, "She was but they twisted her words in her letter she posted on Insta[gram]." To this, a fan responded that Lana had gone crazy after posting the letter on her Instagram. The response to this was, "[because] everyone was calling her racist when she isn’t." 

Another fan noted, "She’s not really canceled. Her fans will continue to listen to her and those who never listened to her simply will not." However, the relentless follower did not agree to accede and instead wrote, "Nah she’s crazy and attacked her fans when they were just trying to ask if she’s okay. She also dates a cop." This fan went on to add that cops were bad people as a way to support her argument. 

From dancing cartoons to women enjoying their tea as they watched the action take place, all kinds of GIFs and memes were shared. 

Lana's statement began with "Question for the culture" and went on to add, "Now that Doja Cat, Ariana, Camila, Cardi B, Kehlani and Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé have had number ones with songs about being sexy, wearing no clothes, f******, cheating, etc — can I please go back to singing about being embodied, feeling beautiful by being in love even if the relationship is not perfect, or dancing for money — or whatever I want — without being crucified or saying that I’m glamorizing abuse?" 

One user questioned, "She aimed her question to 'the culture' and then proceeded to name black women specifically (and Ariana/Camilla) who make R&B, Hip Hop and Urban music. Why is that? Why not Taylor? Billie? Adele? Gaga? Katy? Dua?... Why specifically the 'urban" girls?"

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