Doja Cat Warns People to Not Disrespect Her as a Rapper


Doja Cat warns people to ‘Put Respect On Her Name’ Doja Cat was nominated for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist at the BET Awards. She was nominated with Latto, Cardi B, Saweetie, Coi Leray, and Meg Thee Stallion.  This triggered multiple people on social media to come for her particularly her skills. Many fans were also suggesting other females that would have made for a better nomination pick. Doja Cat was very upset with all the hate she was receiving and decided to address her haters. She tweeted, “DONT EVER F**KIN DISRESPECT ME AS A RAPPER. AFTER THE LAST SONG I DROPPED YOU WILL RESPECT MY PEN AND THATS F**KIN THAT. Stream very Best.” Do you agree with the BET Nominations? When was the last time an award show got the nominations and winner correct?


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