Doja Cat is a phenomenon who has received a lot of attention in recent days due to her new shaved appearance. Now she’s back in the spotlight, but not because of her, but because of Rolling Ray. Doja Cat was recently accused of stealing Rolling Ray’s viral “Giving What It’s Supposed To Give” phrase.
People are ignoring Doja Cat’s brows and instead focusing on Rolling Ray’s accusations now. The controversial social media star is known for his unfiltered pop culture comments, such as claiming to know everything about Beyoncé because they’re allegedly friends.
Ray has previously taken issue with Saucy Santana, who he claimed wrote the song “Walk” to make fun of his disability. Ray is targeting Doja Cat for stealing his signature phrase. Doja in return posted a text video on Twitter with her voice. She even included a link to her “itsgivingwebsite.com.”
“It was supposed to give but it did not give what needed to be gave to the highest of giving.”
According to alleged trademark paperwork shared online, it’s all related to Doja’s upcoming clothing line or branding. Someone shared the documents, which showed Doja and her team applied for the trademark last year.
During the Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich craze in 2019, however, Rolling Ray jumped into the viral conversation about the franchise to share his thoughts. He stated this in a video he posted on social media at the time.
“It’s not even giving what y’all said it was supposed to gave, no, I wasted my money! So, send me my money back, now!”
The phrase became a catchphrase across all platforms, and now Rolling Ray accused Doja of stealing it without giving credit. Some people agree with Ray, but Doja Cat’s devoted fanbase has gone on the offensive.
“This b*tch said let me steal from this handicap black b*tch & copy righted my saying uh whole year ago !! Lord I’m tired of fighting.”
The battle between the hitmakers has begun, and it appears that it will last a long time. The issue has flooded Twitter, with fans both supporting and opposing the viewpoint. Who are you rooting for? Let us know in the comments. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more information.
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