Doja Cat deletes her Instagram; says its getting to be too much

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Doja Cat deletes her Instagram; says its getting to be too much

Doja Cat has deleted her Instagram after sending a post that detailed her reasons for abandoning the app.

The “Paint the Town Red” MC took to the social media site on Saturday (March 9), and shared a post that has since been deleted after her account was scrubbed.

She wrote: “hey i’m gonna deactivate because i’m not really feeling this anymore. you guys take care of yourselves. i like coming here to find inspo and see people being creative but i just feel like this is getting to be too much. the way i’m spoken to on here and treated makes me have fucked up thoughts. Please watch how you talk to and about people on the internet. Bye.”

She also posted a photo of a crab claw holding a cigarette. She captioned that post: “peeeeace.”

Not long before Doja removed herself from Instagram, she made waves on TikTok for a hilarious recital of a viral line from Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’sVultures 1 track “Back to Me,” which also features Freddie Gibbs and Quavo.

The line, rapped by Kanye and sampled from the 1999 Kevin Smith film Dogma goes: “Beautiful, big titty, butt-naked women just don’t fall out the sky, you know?”

In the clip, Doja tried repeatedly to say the line but kept stumbling and laughing as she struggled with the alliteration.

The “Kiss Me More” rapper has plenty of reasons to celebrate these days, even if she isn’t feeling the love on social media.

Last month, “Agora Hills” gave the rapper even more triumphs, as it earned her yet another chart milestone.

Billboard reported that the track earned the number-one spot on the venerated publication’s Pop Airplay chart, having made it the eighth song by Doja Cat to earn the distinction.

That gave her the most No. 1 songs on that chart in all of the 2020s (her first was in 2020), and additionally made her the only artist to top the chart in every year of this decade.

“Agora Hills” also gave Doja Cat a tie with Justin Timberlake for the ninth-most number one on the chart since its 1992 inception. Artists ahead of her on the list include Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, and Rihanna.

The track previously spent two weeks at No. 1 on the Rhythmic Airplay chart.