Doja Cat recently caused a stir when she announced her decision to quit the music industry after an altercation with fans outside her hotel in Paraguay. The incident occurred while she was in the country to perform at the Asunción festival. Fans criticized the singer for not stopping to interact with them, leading to a heated exchange on Twitter.
In the midst of the back and forth, Doja Cat declared, "I don't give a f**k anymore, I f**kin' quit. I can't wait to f**kin' disappear, and I don't need you to believe in me anymore. Everything is dead to me, music is dead, and I'm a f**king fool for ever thinking I was made for this
She even changed her Twitter name to "i quit" and called the situation a "f**king nightmare." However, the cancellation of the festival due to extreme weather seemed to have added to the frustration. Doja Cat mentioned that when she left the next morning, no one was waiting for her outside the hotel, implying that the lack of support contributed to her decision.
Fans pointed out that she hadn't come out or said a word when they spent a full day at the hotel. Doja Cat responded, expressing regret for the time she spent getting ready for the show and the effort she puts into her performances.
Despite the heated exchange, it is important to note that Doja Cat's social media presence is known for its unfiltered nature. Her manager, Gordan Dillard, understands that mistakes and controversies may occur, but emphasizes that Doja Cat is expressing herself honestly.
Currently, Doja Cat is scheduled to perform at Coachella in April and will be a special guest on The Weeknd's After Hours Til Dawn tour. She also has other festival appearances lined up. Although she claims to be quitting music, her recent update reassures fans that she still has more to offer before she decides to disappear.