Doja Cata was simply Amala Ratna Zandile Diamini before she became an urban music star. In the genes of this 26-year-old Californian artist there is good creative material. South African father, actor, songwriter and producer. Her mother, a painter. Since she was a teenager she wanted to be an artist. However, she now recognizes that she is not cut out for this and that she gives up music.
Doja Cat is in full success, she is 26 years old and has been in the music industry for 10 years. In 2014, the music industry records her. And her first successes arrive, but she does not hit it internationally until 2018, and it was with the song Mooo! From there everything has been an escalation of success. Collaborations with Nicki Minaj, Tyga, The Weeknd, Sia, Ozuna, Ariana Grande…And when she is at the top of her career, on a South American tour, she announces through her social networks that she is abandoning her musical career of her after 3 discs.
“I quit” was how Doja Cat expressed herself through her Twitter account. It seems that all this drama was triggered after his concert in Paraguay was canceled due to flooding. This caused many complaints from Latin American fans, an upset that continued with the following concert at the Lollapalooza festival in Brazil. Amala Ratna herself acknowledged on the Little Blue Bird network that it was a bad concert and that she hoped to do better the next day: “Thank you all for coming, but I don’t think I’ve given a good enough concert in Brazil, and I’m sorry. Thank God we have another show tomorrow,” she commented through his account “ Mike Penis.”
But since the cancellation of Paraguay, Doja Cat has expressed very different opinions on social networks, where she has also received much criticism from her Latin fans. Statements to which he has responded by saying things like that he plans to “disappear”, that “he doesn’t intend to take pictures with anyone else after this tour”, that “I’m not sorry”, that “ I break my ass, I know. It is exhausting. But I don’t suffer for you, I suffer for myself. It is my problem, although you always help me to solve it when you support me in the way you do”. And the most devastating: “I no longer need you to believe in me. Everything is dead to me, music is dead , and I’m a fucking fool to think I was made for this, it’s a fucking nightmare,stop following me ”.
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