Doja Cat slams negative comments from people comparing her natural hair to ‘pubes’ and ‘sheep’s wool’

Doja Cat slammed the negative comments people made about her natural hair after she used a close-up image of her locks for her forthcoming album cover.

“I’m seeing a pattern. I’m seeing a consistent pattern in my comments section of people saying is my hair pubic hair, is it carpet or is it sheep’s wool,” she said on Instagram Live, per a recording obtained by Hollywood Unlocked. “And it’s not even questions … some people are being like, that’s what it is.”

The “Paint the Town Red” rapper, 28, added that people are comparing her 4C hair, which consists of a tight curl pattern, “to sheep and pubes and carpet and popcorn and s–t like that.”

“I’m seeing a pattern. I’m seeing a consistent pattern in my comments section of people saying is my hair pubic hair, is it carpet or is it sheep’s wool,” she said on Instagram Live. Doja Cat/Instagram
The “Paint the Town Red” rapper said people are comparing her 4C hair, which consists of a tight curl pattern, “to sheep and pubes and carpet and popcorn and s–t like that.” dojacat/Instagram

“We gotta move forward. Let’s move forward. Let’s grow,” she urged her fans.

“I can’t tell you what to do. I’m not your f–king parents. I don’t wanna say too much.”

The negative remarks about Doja’s hair — which she shaved in August 2022 — came after she shared the image for her forthcoming album on Instagram Friday.

“We gotta move forward. Let’s move forward. Let’s grow,” she urged her fans. Steve White
The negative remarks about Doja’s hair came after she shared the image for her forthcoming album on Instagram Friday. Doja Cat/Instagram

“🦴\🦴\ ASC 4.5.24,” she captioned the post.

The cover art featured a close image of the Grammy winner’s tight blond curls.

Doja — born Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini — has since turned off the comments on that post.

The cover art featured a close image of the Grammy winner’s tight blond curls. Instagram/@dojacat
Doja shaved her head in August 2022. dojacat/Instagram

Earlier this month, the “Agora Hills” musician deactivated her Instagram due to how she was being “treated” on the app.

“hey i’m gonna deactivate because i’m not really feeling this anymore,” she wrote in a now-deleted post at the time.


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“you guys take care of yourselves. i like coming here to find inspo and see people being creative but i just feel like this is getting to be too much.”

Earlier this month, the “Agora Hills” musician deactivated her Instagram due to how she was being “treated” on the app.
Doja said she had “f–ked up thoughts” due to “the way im spoken to on here and treated.”

The “Say So” singer said she has “f–ked up thoughts” due to “the way im spoken to on here and treated.”

“Please watch how you talk to and about people on the internet. Bye,” she concluded.

Doja then deleted her Instagram page, which had more than 24 million followers at that time.