Doja Cat became embroiled in a feud with Nicki Minaj's Twitter following this weekend after a fan uploaded an illustration of a speculative Rolling Stone magazine cover, featuring Minaj, Doja, and Megan Thee Stallion.

The artist wrote, “I came up with this idea bcs they’re currently the female rappers shaping rap music!!”

Another fan began to receive hate when he suggested that he would've preferred to see Doja in the center, “Cuz she's my fav out of the 3.” The "Juicy" rapper then inserted herself into the conversation in an apparent attempt to end the bickering.

Doja warned him to ”Stop responding to them they’re twitter gangsters and they have nothing kind to say about you or anyone." Things escalated when she referred to toxic elements of Minaj's Twitter fanbase as "scum." Shortly after, #DojaCatIsOverParty began trending on Twitter.

A fake tweet from Doja's account also circulated online, though most fans recognized that the tone of the tweet was at odds with Doja's praise for her fellow female rapper.

Meanwhile, neither Doja Cat nor Nicki Minaj has commented on the controversy.


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