Doja Cat has been in damage control this week after videos of her getting sexual in questionable chat rooms emerged. She also had to apologize for her 2015 track "Dindu Nuffin", which takes its title from an alt-right term for black victims of police violence.
Doja Cat's problems started after she claimed she would show her boobs if her track "Say So" went number one. When she reneged on the skin, it appears some of her past chat room behavior was released in retaliation.
Doja has addressed not getting naked and acknowledged the gambit probably ended up getting her doxed.
"The me not showing my boob sh*t. I don't really want to address it. It's a lot of Fortnite kids and gamer kids who just wish they could have seen my boobers," Doja said, and then explained she doesn't even care about getting number ones, but she wants to do it for her team. "Me trying to sell me titties for a number ... it's about me wanting the people around me to be happy.
I get the joke. I get the 'you lied'. It might be serious to you. But doxing me is psychotic ... But I understand it. You guys know the joke. I know the joke. When you say you're going to show your boobs so hard, and then you don't."