Doja Cat is in boiling water yet again, but this time, it has something to do with her choice of clothing.
The “Paint the Town Red” hitmaker is facing backlash for the recent picture she shared with her more than 24 million followers on Instagram. In the now-deleted post, she shared a selfie of herself sporting a shirt with controversial comedian Sam Hyde on it, who is said to be affiliated with the alt-right and the neo-Nazi movement.
Sam Hyde is a comic and writer who co-created the sketch-comedy animated show Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace on Adult Swim. The show was canceled in 2016 after only one season after being criticized for racism, sexism, and incorporating biased views on the show, as reported by Pitchfork.
After her comments blew up bashing the “Say So” rapper, she deleted the picture but uploaded another post with the t-shirt cropped out and sticking her tongue out using several eye roll emojis as her caption.
Doja Cat ended the Hip-hop/rap No.1 drought with her “Paint The Town Red” song, which has topped the Hot 100 for a third week.
Doja Cat is facing backlash after sharing a selfie wearing a shirt with ‘Neo-Nazi’ Sam Hyde on it. 👀 pic.twitter.com/xNqNZWmYRS— No Jumper (@nojumper) October 8, 2023