Doja Cat Vows to Deliberately Fuel Illuminati Rumors Amid 'Weird' Speculation
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When a fan suggests her to 'get the illuminati symbol as a tattoo next,' the 'Kiss Me More' songstress states that she will do it after she hosted an 'Eyes Wide Shut'-themed birthday party.

AceShowbiz - Doja Cat seemingly has a lot of fun with Internet speculation that she's part of Illuminati. The Grammy Award-winning artist has vowed to deliberately fuel the rumors despite her apparent denial by calling it "weird a** s**t."

Addressing the wild conspiracy theories that she's involved in the supposed organization of society's elite that secretly runs the world, she said that she finds it "so funny." Her tweet on Monday, February 6 read, "This illuminati s**t is so funny to me I'm gonna keep doing deliberate weird a** s**t just to make those people uncomfortable. I've fr found a new outlet of joy."

When a fan suggested her to "get the illuminati symbol as a tattoo next," she replied, "dude i f**kin will watch me."

Doja Cat's Tweet

Doja Cat responded to speculation that she's part of Illuminati.

Doja also responded to another user who pointed out that she "literally had an eyes wide shut theme for your birthday but okay." Defending the theme of her 27th birthday bash, she explained, "i know cuz that movie rocks and its the best party theme ever."

Doja Cat's Tweet

The singer defended her 'Eyes Wide Shut'-themed birthday party.

The conspiracy theories started to swirl after Doja hosted an "Eyes Wide Shut"-themed bash to celebrate her 27th birthday back in October 2022. The party was full of references to Stanley Kubrick's 1999 psychological mystery film about an elite society. The "Say So" singer even had a birthday cake with an Illuminati symbol on it.

Doja previously laughed off the rumors that she "sold her soul" after she got the Illuminati birthday cake. "LMAOAOOOOOO," she simply responded to the allegation on Twitter.

The Illuminati rumors aside, Doja recently defended herself for often engaging in online wars with trolls. "A lot of people think I'm not good at handling trolls because I respond to them. But that's the art of it: I love to go to f**king war with troll," she told Variety in an interview published earlier this month, "That's just what I've grown up with; I've been on the internet for 1,000 f**king years and it's just part of me: that I need to respond."

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