In a recent interview, the "Say So" singer opened up about how a good deed turned into an all-out Twitter war after she tried to defend a man who was being bullied by a few of Nicki's die-hard fans a.k.a. the Barbz.
"He saw this art that someone drew of me, Nicki and Meg, in that order. So Nicki was in the middle and it was a Rolling Stone cover, but Nicki was in the middle, rightfully so. Meg was on the right and I was on the left and this guy commented, 'I'd like to see Doja in the middle,'" Doja recalled of the incident that took place earlier this month. "And then someone commented back to him, 'Gosh, men. Men these days, they're so messy. They just want problems all the time.' And I saw that comment and I was like, 'God, you have to bring like someone's gender into stuff and that's what makes you look stupid.'"
“This person was bullying him at this point and just saying just mean, horrible things,” she said. “I’m standing up for this guy and then I’m just getting upset with everybody. And then I said, ‘These people are idiots. They’re children, they’re scum.’ Because they were, those five people are scum. They suck. They literally suck. They don’t even know who they are.”
Doja's actual tweet read, “theyre literally scum they mean nothing. dont explain yourself." She later added, “Stop responding to them they’re twitter gangsters and they have nothing kind to say about you or anyone. they live and breathe being f**kin immature."
It didn't take long for the #DojaCatIsOverParty to begin trending on Twitter as the Barbz continued to argue over the photo and Doja's comments.
"They start spinning it that I'm talking about every single person who likes Nicki Minaj when they don't even know I'm the biggest Nicki Minaj fan," Doja continued, referring to how people assumed she hated the Barbz as well as Nicki Minaj because she stood up for the guy. "So they're stupid. They don't even know me. So they're saying things that they have no idea what they're talking about."
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