“I have COVID. Honestly, I don’t know how this happens, but I guess I ordered something from the Postmates and I don’t know how I got it, but I got it, ”Doja said, of his true name Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini. “I am fine now. It was a four day symptom panic, but I’m fine now.
She downplayed the severity of COVID-19 on Instagram Live in March by comparing it to the flu and refusing to take appropriate precautions.
“I’m going to have a crown and then I’m going to have a crown, because I don’t care – about the crown, bitch,” Doja tells her followers. “It’s a flu! You are p-ies. Just take Mucinex, drink water, tea, and sleep – that’s all you have to do. ”
Doja has been courting a lot of controversy lately. In May, videos began circulating of his participation in a well-known white supremacist chat room on Tinychat and using racial slurs. Doja was also criticized for using homophobic language on Twitter in 2018 and then for defending her decision to do so.
Meanwhile, a remix of Doja’s song “Say So” with Nicki Minaj topped the charts in mid-May, and continues to dominate the soundscape of the TikTok video-sharing app.