Singer Doja Cat Says Don’t Bring Your Kids To My Show

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Singer Doja Cat did not beat around the bush when she told her followers not to bring their kids to her concerts because they contain profanity-laced lyrics and adult-themed music.

In a recent post on X, the 28-year-old singer wrote, “[I don’t know] what the f**k you think this is but I don’t make music for children so leave your kids at home motherf**ker,” without explaining what led her to discuss the issue on social media.

Several follow-up posts from the “Scarlet” hitmaker included lyrics to some of her raunchy songs as she expanded on the earlier comments about how her music and shows not being for little kids, Billboard magazine noted.

“I’m rapping about c*m why are you bringing your offspring to my show,” the rapper – born Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini – replied to one person.

To another person she wrote, “Rappin about eatin d**k … leave your mistake at home.”

In one of her songs “F**K the Girls (FTG),” the lyrics seem to address this same issue as she rapped, “Since when was y’all my bastard children/ Go ahead and raise y’all self/ Come get ya bada**kids, no need to mention.”

The “Say So” hitmaker — with 24 million followers on Instagram and 5.6 million on X (formerly Twitter) — previously lost a quarter million followers on Instagram following a huge backlash from some posts she shared.

Last year, the rapper made waves after calling some of her fanbase “creepy” for reportedly being obsessed with her.

“Seeing all these people unfollow me makes me feel like I’ve defeated a large beast that’s been holding me down for so long,” Doja Cat posted in her Instagram stories.      

“It feels like I can reconnect with the people who really matter and love me for who I am and not for who I was. I feel free.”

The controversy stems from a series of now-deleted tweets the singer posted earlier this month. Dlamini specifically took issue with fans who dubbed themselves “Kittenz” as a way of distinguishing themselves as being devoted to her.

“My fans don’t get to name themselves s***. If you call yourself a ‘kitten’ or f***ing ‘kittenz’ that means you need to get off your phone and get a job and help your parents with the house,” the Grammy award winner wrote.

Amanda Harding contributed to this piece.

Related: Singer Doja Cat Says She Feels ‘Free’ Following Loss Of 250K Instagram Followers: ‘Defeated A Large Beast’

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