AceShowbiz - Doja Cat is back with her antics. The self-proclaimed Internet addict has annoyed social media users after she made use of her Instagram account to taunt her haters with a bizarre video posted over the weekend.
For an unknown reason, the 28-year-old uploaded the clip on her Story on Sunday, November 5. It featured her sticking her tongue out repeatedly and saying 'bleah!' to the camera in a mocking manner.
Doja, whose real name is Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini, quickly followed up the clip with another to express her apology. "Guys, I'm so sorry. I didn't mean that. I feel like it's mean for me to do that," she said in the second clip. Admitting that "that was really disturbing," she added, "I'm serious."
However, Doja seemingly wasn't serious with her apology as she later uploaded another video that showed her repeating her bizarre action. The "Paint the Town Red" raptress then posted a picture of her smiling widely, seemingly showing no remorse for her action.
After Doja's clips were reposted on another Instagram account, she was quickly met with backlash online. "We lost her," one person said of the Grammy winner, while another mocked the "So High" femcee, "Um does she have tourettes?"
"she's falling," a third claimed, while another commented, "So annoying." A fifth person called Doja a "crack head," as another wrote, "She acts so dumb for no reason smh." Another pleaded, "can she stop trying to be funny."
Someone, however, found Doja's videos amusing as writing, "LMAOOO." Another praised the star for being "so real," while another defended her, "She did that to the haters who say she tanked and you all tried to cancel her to the point she is topping charts."
Doja posted the videos after she was spotted posing with a few female fans during her recent outing. In the image which made its round online, she was showing her middle finger while some of her fans playfully stuck their tongues out.
Doja's last studio album "Scarlet", which was released in September, received generally positive reviews from music critics despite backlash over her personal life, including allegations that she is an Illuminati and worships demon. The album debuted at No. 4 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.