Doja Cat Reacts to Being Called 'Unoriginal'

In a new podcast interview, The 'Paint the Town Red' hitmaker insists she still has her own unique style despite taking inspirations from 'the greats.'

AceShowbiz - Doja Cat has fired back at claims she is "flat-out unoriginal." The "Paint the Town Red" hitmaker - who samples Dionne Warwick's "Walk on by" on the chart-topping hit - insists it's "impossible" for her to not have a unique style even if she is inspired by "the greats."

"One is that I'm unoriginal. There's a lot of people who think I, like, copy people. I pull a lot from - copy the greats… Then there's some people who are like, 'She's flat-out unoriginal.' That's impossible!" Doja said to Ice Spice for Instagram's new "Close Friends Only" podcast.

The 28-year-old star hit back at those branding her work satanic on her latest LP "Scarlet". The multi-hyphenate confronts her critics on tracks like "Skull and Bones", where she reacts to accusations that the video for her track "Demons" worships the devil.

She raps, "Y'all been pushin satan this, and satan that / My fans is yellin 'least she rich,' you need that pact / Lookin like I got some things you hate I have / And trust me baby, God don't play with hate like that / So you gon be real upset when he pick Cat."

Elsewhere, Doja reacted to those who disapprove of her controversial comedian boyfriend Jeffrey "J" Cyrus. On "Agora Hills", she declared, "Whether they like it or not I wanna show you off … rub it in their face."

Meanwhile, the "Say So" hitmaker has just announced her first European arena run for 2024, the "Scarlet Tour", including dates in Glasgow, Birmingham, London, and Newcastle in June. Head to for ticket information.

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