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Doja Cat has become known for causing ripples within her fanbase and their parasocial relationship, often by telling fans to find work and delete their accounts over a nickname dispute. Recently she left many fans disappointed when she urged them to do just that. On Threads, Doja Cat was seen chastising her fans for using the term "Kittenz." She felt that this practice is inappropriate as they do not get to choose how they refer to themselves and it is creepy as hell. 1. Doja Cat’s Get A Job Comment Doja Cat is no stranger to controversy. Over the course of her pop star career, Doja has found herself under scrutiny over everything from her personal sex life and participation in racist Tinychat chatroom conversations to her use of threads to call fans "Kittenz." However, on July 23rd Doja went off on one such tirade against fans after discovering some were calling themselves this moniker; via threads she lambasted fans for not respecting personal boundaries while suggesting they spend their time working or helping their families instead focusing on fan culture rather than fan culture itself. Doja's comments caused a significant uproar among her fans, who shared their outrage on social media or deactivated their accounts as a form of protest. Some even called into question Doja's credibility as an artist after such harsh statements towards them were made. Doja has maintained an unusual relationship with her fanbase over time. While she often posts and freestyles online, she makes clear she does not care about their lives outside her music. At times she even dresses like a cat and conducts interviews using only miaows! Doja has long been extremely protective of her image and personal boundaries when it comes to fans. At times, Doja threatened to leave the music industry over criticism from them; however, her current approach may cross a threshold that will prevent her from continuing as an artist. Doja's remarks regarding fan names have caused widespread outrage from her fans, with many expressing their displeasure with her sarcasm and insensitive advice. Some have even deactivated their Doja Cat accounts in protest at her statements - an alarming development for an artist whose career relies on having loyal supporters; it will be fascinating to observe the impact these statements will have on future projects or tours from Doja. 2. Doja Cat’s Get A Job Comment Doja Cat is the epitome of modern pop star: she emerged on social media to cultivate both fanbase and career growth while successfully riding out controversies that arise on an almost weekly basis. Doja Cat has weathered numerous storms throughout her short yet explosive career - such as tweets using profanity or associated with white supremacy; some fans even want her out but she remains undeterred, continuing to produce music despite any resistance or calls to exit the industry altogether. Recent headlines about her involve her criticism of the term 'Kittenz,' which she attacked in a now deleted series of tweets. The singer took offense at how fans had given themselves this nickname and suggested they spend their time looking for work or helping out family instead of self-aggrandizement. Many followers were taken aback and taken back by these harsh remarks from their favorite artist. Doja Cat's comments prompted an intense public backlash, leading several of her top fan pages - Doja News, Doja HQ and The Kittens Room - to deactivate accounts in protest. These deactivationss sent shockwaves through her fan base. Furthermore, this deactivation caused further debate regarding its effect on Doja Cat's career as well as how best she might repair this rift with them. Doja Cat's followers remain supportive despite her comments that may appear disrespectful; many have taken to Twitter to emphasize how her comments were intended more as a deterrent against unhealthy aspects of obsessive stan culture than anything disrespectful towards their fans. Doja Cat, real name Amala Zandile Dlamini, hails from Los Angeles' outskirts and began her career shitposting and freestyling online based off artists such as Erykah Badu and D'Angelo's work. Although trolls may occasionally cause trouble for her career path, Doja Cat has shown she won't shy away from standing up for what she believes in. 3. Doja Cat’s Get A Job Comment Doja Cat is not the first rapper to stir controversy with her enthusiastic fanbase, but she may be the first one who is so open and honest about it. Since becoming famous after releasing Planet Her and Hot Pink albums on TikTok in 2021, Doja Cat has been plagued with scandalous incidents -- the most controversial being alleged White Supremacist chat rooms linked to her account allegedly belonging to white supremacists. Doja Cat recently addressed her relationship with fans in a post on Threads, in which she voiced her disapproval with them calling themselves "Kittenz," as well as advised them to respect their personal boundaries and respect Doja Cat's candid statement. It caused an uproar within her dedicated fan base; many fan pages deactivated their social media accounts in protest at Doja Cat's remarks and her remarks that were perceived to be disrespectful or offending. Doja Cat's most prominent pages to close down include 'Doja News,' 'The Kittens Room, and Doja HQ. These accounts had considerable followings - with Doja News amassing over 47,300 followers before shutting down. A spokesperson from Doja Cat has yet to address the latest controversy surrounding her statements. Doja Cat's intentions on the Kittenz controversy remain uncertain, but it appears she doesn't want her fans to associate her with contentious topics such as race and incel culture - perhaps one reason behind her harsh treatment of her fans. Doja Cat's comments have drawn some praise, with Twitter account MuffinsSim suggesting she wasn't criticizing them as such, but rather warning against unhealthy aspects of stan culture. Doja Cat remains one of the most beloved musical artists on TikTok and an influential presence within the industry despite recent controversy surrounding her. Her popularity continues to soar with new single releases and collaborations with other popular artists; her full-length album will also be out this year, hopefully helping mend her broken relationship with fans; otherwise it may hinder ticket sales for her tour dates. 4. Doja Cat’s Get A Job Comment Doja Cat's meteoric rise from viral meme to pop star solidified her place among music's A-list. With her signature singles "Juicy" and "Say So," and sultry album Planet Her, Doja Cat proved herself worthy successors to current A-listers like Ariana Grande and The Weeknd. Doja Cat's unexpected move caught many by surprise, however. She made clear in an open social media post that she wasn't pleased with her fanbase, specifically those referred to as "Kittenz," who have called themselves fans for years now. Doja's statement told them they needed a job so they can assist their parents pay the bills. Doja Cat's comments elicited strong reactions from her fans, with many taking to Twitter to voice their displeasure and express their outrage at being treated so disrespectfully by Doja Cat, especially after their contributions had helped propel her career to prominence. One user even likened Doja Cat to Dr. Luke by drawing parallels between their respective fame-seeking methods as ways for both artists to avoid sexual-abuse scandals in music industries. As a response, several prominent Doja Cat fan pages decided to shut down. Twitter pages like Doja Cat News, Doja HQs and The Kittens Room all shut their doors abruptly as an act of protest against Doja Cat's harsh words and actions against fans. Between these three accounts alone they had 47300 followers before making this move, sending an important message both directly to Doja Cat and wider music industry about respecting fans while maintaining healthy boundaries between artists and fans. Doja Cat's recent remarks may have left her fans stunned and hurt, yet there remains no clear cause behind their harsh criticism of her nationwide tour this fall. To rebuild relationships with them or risk their support going elsewhere. Although representatives for Doja Cat haven't responded to Page Six inquiries for comment about Doja Cat, it will be fascinating to observe whether these remarks have any bearing on future performances.