For the past few years, her name has been one of the most well-known in the industry. Doja Cat, on the other hand, has been composing music for nearly a decade. Her Purrr! EP was released in 2014 when Kemosabe and RCA Records heard her “So High” tune. Since then, she’s released albums such as Hot Pink in 2019 and Planet Her in 2021.
Along with her growth as an artist, we’ve also seen some serious style evolution for the lyricist. She’s also stayed true to herself and embraced her inner uniqueness. Over the past year specifically, we’ve really seen Doja come into her own.
While several of her outfits have been nothing short of eyebrow-raising, the 27-year-old’s bold makeup choices are what’s really got people talking. In fact, when she shaved her own brows and head, it nearly broke the internet in 2022.
Subsequently, Doja filled the blank space on her forehead with all kinds of whimsical designs. Among them were floral prints to ultra-thin, high-arched lines with an adorable heart drawn over her signature mole. Some fans have been loving the creativity the “Say So” songstress is showing. More closed-minded audiences, though, have been quick to criticize her antics.
In her usual fashion, DC let the haters know that their comments can’t get her down. On Thursday (February 2) night, she shared a smiling selfie that finds her sporting a glamorous smokey eye and a blonde balayage wig. “Felt like doing a pretty beat for you boring ass lemon water bitches out there,” she wrote in the caption.
“So you can shut the f*ck up now and leave me the f*ck alone. Ciao,” her caption concluded. Afterward, Doja limited comments on the upload to keep her page a positive space.
Aside from calling out the internet trolls who have made a routine of hating on her unique style, Doja Cat has also been speaking out about music lovers who often discredit her as a rap artist.
Read what she told Variety during their cover story interview here, and check back later for more pop culture news.