Doja Cat has called out fans who bring their children to her shows, imploring them to “leave them at home” in a social media jibe. 

The singer and rapper, who is known for her x-rated content, took to her X account on Friday (April 26) to call out parents who bring their kids along to see her. 

“idk what the fuck you think this is but i don’t make music for children so leave your kids at home motherfucker,” she wrote. 

“im rapping about cum why are you bringing your offspring to my show.” 

“rappin about eatin dick and pissin on his v-cute, leave your mistake at home,” she added.

She is no stranger to calling out her fans when she sees fit – earlier this month, she responded to people comparing her hair to “pubes” and “carpet” by saying, “Making those comparisons is wild. Let’s try not to do that.” 

Doja Cat has just wrapped up her headline sets at both weekends of Coachella 2024, where she brought out the stars, including 21 Savage and A$AP Rocky. She notably excluded several of her biggest songs in her performances, including ‘Say So’ and ‘Kiss Me More’. 

In a five-star review of her set, NME wrote: “For the rapper, expressing herself often means doing things others might not – either because her form of expression is too off-the-wall for the rest of the world or too controversial. Tonight, she proves the former spirit is well and truly alive, bringing a touch of brilliant weirdness to the desert.” 

She also recently released a deluxe edition of her fourth studio album ‘Scarlet’. Originally released last September, ‘Scarlet’ received a three-star review from NME: “It all adds up to an overlong, slightly repetitive but ultimately compelling album of two halves… still, by this stage, there’s no doubt that Doja has made her point – that she doesn’t owe us anything but to be herself.” 

Meanwhile, Doja is set to bring her ‘Scarlet’ world tour to the UK and Europe this summer. The run of dates includes two shows at The O2 in London, as well as stop-offs in Glasgow, Birmingham and Newcastle. Find any remaining tickets here

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