Doja Cat Tweets and Deletes Reaction to SNOT Rapping He 'F*cked' Her, SNOT Clarifies Lyric (UPDATE)

Snot made the bold claim in his newly released track, "Doja," featuring ASAP Rocky. And it appears Doja Cat wasn't too pleased with the lyrics.

Doja Cat performs onstage during iHeartRadio 103.5 KISS FM’s Jingle Ball 2021
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Doja Cat performs onstage during iHeartRadio 103.5 KISS FM’s Jingle Ball 2021

UPDATED 2/4, 8:08 p.m. ET: SNOT has responded to the now-viral lyric in the song, “Doja,” which features ASAP Rocky. “Y’all got it misconstrued,” he wrote on Twitter. “I said ‘I’ll fuck that bitch named Doja Cat.’”

He later tweeted, “Im talkin my recklessness with no cognizance. It’s no disrespect to Doja. she a queen fr.  I made this song to get lit in a moshpit typeshit.”

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This may be another case of he said, she said.

On Friday afternoon, Florida-based SNOT unleashed the official video “Doja,” an ASAP Rocky-assisted track in which he claims to have slept with Doja Cat: “I-I-I told ’em pipe down, I don’t need no little bitch,” SNOT raps in the chorus. “I fucked that bitch named Doja Cat, pull up in a Scat Pack.”

The latter line immediately raised eyebrows and eventually caught the attention of Doja, who seemingly pressed back on the claim via Twitter.

“You fucked who?” she wrote in a since-deleted tweet.

Doja hasn’t outright denied the claim, nor has she explained why she removed the tweet; however, her post suggests she was both annoyed and blindsided by SNOT’s sex claim. Though she’s only had one public relationship to date—with singer Jacob Sullenger, aka Johnny Utah—Doja has had several rumored relationships with artists like French Montana, Lil Dicky, and Bree Runway.

Complex has reached out to Doja’s camp for comment.

“Doja” will appear on SNOT’s third studio album, Ethereal, his first full-length release since 2020’s Beautiful Havoc. The album will deliver 14 tracks with guest appearances by Kevin Abstract, Trippie Redd, Joey Badass, Juicy J, and more. Ethereal is scheduled to hit streaming services Feb. 11.

 

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