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Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini is Facing Internet’s Backlash for her Racist Slurs as Social Media Trends Against her

Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini commonly knows as Doja Cat was born in a family where her mother was an origin and her father from South Africa and the family of Jewish heritage. The entire controversy that she got into is for some a blatant lie due to lack of pieces of evidence and for some, disgraceful while another section of people choose to stay quiet until anything gets confirmed by Doja herself. What trends over Twitter and other social media handle is the fact that she had indulged in passing regretful slurs and was unapologetic about it.

What exactly was said?

Fans speculate herself talking to a bunch of men, expressing her dislike in being a dark-complexioned girl, and that she didn’t want that race for herself or to be born in an African family, listening to which a group of people got alarmed and started a thread of messages. Others say that the thread can’t be trusted and she should not be blamed over no-evidence grounds. While some believe that she is an active member of social media and like the past, would have something to speak even about this matter

This is not the first time when she has been passing on racist comments as fans believe. She has sung a song in the past named ‘Dindu Nuffin’ which is offensive in the background of the story.

How have fans reacted?

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Fans have started a trend on twitter with the hashtag, #DojaCatIsOverParty which is a reference to her no more being eligible for apology nor will she be granted the same as some believe that her discussion about a particular community could outrage many others, in addition to hurting the sentiments of the targeted section which is under unfair grunts.