- Doja Cat got served a dish by karma after having mocked the realness of the coronavirus
- Revealing that she caught the virus, Doja Cat expressed how it hit her hard and had her in a panic
- Doja Cat now gets why people have been so paranoid about the whole pandemic
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Doja Cat has come forward and admitted that karma got her after she mocked the coronavirus. Sis caught the virus and quickly learnt just how real it actually is.
The coronavirus does not discriminate and many are learning that the hard way. This virus is not a joke nor is it something that people should brush off and not treat seriously.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Doja Cat recently revealed that she had contracted the coronavirus and that it was not a joke any more. Some things only hit hard when they hit home.
Doja Cat had previously mocked the virus, claiming that it was nothing more than the common cold and that the world was overreacting – this was until she caught the virus herself.
During an interview on Capital XTRA, Doja Cat explained that she had no idea how she managed to catch the virus, but when she did, it freaked her out completely.
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"I got Covid," she said. "Honestly, I don't know how this happens but I guess I ordered something off of Postmates and... I don't know how I got it but I got it.”
She now believes that that virus is a real thing and understands why the globe has gone into the panic that it has. Do not mess with the rona people!
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Doja Cat made history after her song with Nicki Minaj became the first-ever collaboration between two female rappers to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Doja is the daughter of Mzansi actor Dumisani Dlamini. Dumisani is famous for his roles on Yizo Yizo and in Sarafina. Doja's Say So remix featuring rap star Nicki topped the chart this week.
The song had gone viral over the last two weeks thanks to a TikTok challenge which uses a snippet of the tune, TimesLIVE reported.
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