Doja Cat opened up about his complicated relationship with online trolls.
While speaking with Variety for an interview published Wednesday, the female rapper spoke about using her internet presence to stand up to her critics.
“Now that I can’t get enough of what I want to do on Instagram Live, it’s really the worst. Now I’m overwhelmed with people who have these preconceived notions about me.” I am very good at it.”
She continues: But that’s the art of it: I love going to trolls and fucking king wars.
That’s what I grew up with. I’ve been on the internet for her 1,000 years, and it’s only a part of me that needs to respond. People think, ‘If you’re trying to protect yourself, you’re weak. ”
Doja called himself a “very nasty bastard” and summed it up: It’s fun for me. ”
Additionally, Doja creative director Brett Alan Nelson has spoken out against trolling.
“Everybody gave her a s**t for not wearing eyelashes,” he commented. “The internet is scary. There are lots of kids online who have opinions of their own that don’t need opinions.”