Doja Cat shocked fans when she announced that she was quitting music after Paraguayan fans criticized her for not showing enough love to their country. The 26-year-old singer, whose real name is Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini, took to Twitter to respond to fans who claimed she "ignored" her time in Brazil during her South American tour.
In a heartfelt tweet, Doja Cat admitted that she didn't give Brazil a good enough show and apologized to her fans. She promised to do better at her next show and expressed her love and gratitude for the fans who attended.
But things took a turn when the singer started responding to negative tweets calling her the "public enemy number one.
However, as more tweets came in, Doja Cat reached her breaking point. She changed her Twitter name to "I quit" and made it clear that she was done with the music industry. She expressed her frustration and dissatisfaction, declaring that everything was dead to her and she was a fool for ever thinking she was meant for this.
Last year, Doja Cat revealed her discontent with the music industry during an Instagram Live session. She expressed feeling pressured to do things she didn't want to do.
The news of her departure comes shortly after The Weeknd announced a series of concerts with Doja Cat scheduled to start in July. As of now, Doja Cat's representatives have not provided any comments on the matter.
It's uncertain whether Doja Cat's decision to quit music is final or if it's a result of the emotional toll of the criticism she received. Only time will tell if she will return to the industry she once loved.