Unfazed Doja Cat Responds To Plastic Surgery Criticism

From her responses, it’s evident that Doja Cat is unconcerned with the plastic surgery criticism. The “Planet Her” singer revealed through Twitter earlier this month that she had a breast augmentation and some apparent “cl*t bedazzling.”

Unfazed Doja Cat Responds To Plastic Surgery Criticism, Yours Truly, News, June 18, 2024

Those who continue to follow Doja Cat on Twitter have grown accustomed to her strange online activities by this point. She has never been afraid to send out strange, occasionally incomprehensible messages. She’s started making significant announcements in her unique style more recently. She has already made exciting announcements online this month, such as disclosing the details of her breast augmentation and the title of her upcoming fourth studio album.

The “Kiss Me More” rapper recently disclosed that she had cosmetic surgery, including breast augmentation and liposuction. Some people who believed she was not setting a good example for her young admirers criticized her on social media.

Along with the intrusive questions, Doja is also encountering criticism for disclosing her practices in public, which would encourage others to do the same. One admirer told the hitmaker, “Stop encouraging your young and naive fans to modify their bodies.” She clapped back, “Eat my long, quiet, and warm farts,” in response. Her timeline soon displayed “Haha c:” but it’s still unclear what the recording artist was laughing at.

Doja had surgery to get her breasts smaller, and she is now a “32C.” She claims that her pain hasn’t been too bad since the procedure. But, she admitted to a fan, “I’m just numb and swollen as f**k under my arms.”

In the coming weeks, she intends to reveal her new body. “Soon, when they dont look like two loafs of bread. Give it three more weeks,” she said.

On Monday, she attended the iHeartRadio Music Awards while recovering from her operation, receiving Most Played Artist of the Year. Doja has been working diligently on Hellmouth, her follow-up album, which she claims will veer “more masculinely” than 2021’s Planet Her.

Unfazed Doja Cat Responds To Plastic Surgery Criticism, Yours Truly, News, June 18, 2024

According to her statement to Variety, “I know that I’ve made a lot of pink and soft things, a lot of pop and glittery sounds, but for this next era, I’m going in a more masculine direction.”

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