Doja Cat Says X Account Hacked After Posts About Iggy Azalea & Nicki Minaj

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Doja Cat claimed her X account was hacked on Monday (July 8) after a series of tweets raised eyebrows, including one targeting fellow rappers Iggy Azalea and Nicki Minaj.

The 28-year-old “Agora Hills” artist took to her reactivated Instagram, which she had previously shut down in March due to online bullying, to clarify the situation. She posted, “My Twitter’s been hacked, these messages are not from me.”

This statement followed a tweet from her X account that read, “f*** that stupid b**** @IGGYAZALEA and buy $DOJA.” 

Another tweet called out Nicki Minaj, saying, “where you at boo @NICKIMINAJ.” 

The hacked account also interacted with controversial social media personality Andrew Tate, simply stating, “hey boo.” One tweet included a photo of Doja Cat in a chainmail hood, holding a knife, with the text: “buy $DOJA or else.”

Iggy Azalea appeared unfazed by the alleged insult. She tweeted, “Get rugged if y’all want but I’m cool with that girl in real life so y’all f***** up with that tweet, hackers.” 

She added, “They hacked Doja Cat and posted a sh**coin scam.” 

Iggy also noted, “Hackers on celeb girl accounts again making it about me cause I’m their fixation but they didn’t consider the fact that I may actually interact with people in real life and it’s not fitting into reality lol.”

Neither Nicki Minaj nor Andrew Tate has publicly responded to the tweets.

In March, Doja Cat deactivated her Instagram account after expressing frustration over how she was treated on the platform. She told her followers, “hey I’m gonna deactivate because I’m not really feeling this anymore. You guys take care of yourselves.”

She later added, “I like coming here to find inspiration and see people being creative but I just feel this is getting to be too much. The way I’m spoken to on here and treated makes me have f****d up thoughts. Please watch how you talk to and about people on the internet. Bye.”

Last December, Doja Cat addressed claims that she hated her fans during an interview with Apple Music. She stated, “One thing I do wanna set straight is you’ll never see a direct quote of me saying I hate my fans. Not once.” 

She explained that the idea was a misquote and that she likes to play with it as a meme. “I know that people who get it, get it. And I’m fine with that. I don’t have to explain my sense of humor and explain comedy to anyone. If people don’t see the joke, then they just don’t see the joke, and it’s not my responsibility to have them understand.”

Doja Cat concluded by saying, “I’m not gonna make everyone happy, and that’s just that. I’m just not, and I know that I’m not, so that’s freed me immensely.”