In a stunning turn of events, Doja Cat appears ready to quit music as a whole following a controversy in Paraguay that led to a social media uproar earlier this week.

The 26-year-old, California-based rapper was set to perform at Asuncionico 2022 Musical Festival Wizard in Paraguay, but like several others, including Miley Cyrus, she was unable to after a major storm resulted in flooding and severe damage to multiple sites.

The controversy stems from the fact that Doja Cat apparently didn't go to the lengths other artists set to perform at the music festival did in lieu of the flood.

For example, Machine Gun Kelly ordered a massive speaker system and set up a makeshift concert in front of his hotel for Paraguayans disappointed that the flooding had spoiled their show. He sent out tweets to attract potential concertgoers, and in no time, he was entertaining a huge crowd in front of the hotel.

Some fans took to social media to express their frustration that Doja Cat didn't follow suit with a similar approach. She didn't even acknowledge the flooding nor the cancelled show on Twitter.

Whether or not she should've is obviously up for debate. But Doja Cat took to Twitter to announce that she's done with music, even going as far as to change her name on the website to "i quit."

"This s*** ain’t for me so I’m out. Y’all take care," was the message she sent out yesterday evening.

Whether or not Doja Cat is just understandably overwhelmed with a flood of emotions, between her show getting cancelled and the ensuing outcry from fans, or serious about hanging up her mic remains to be seen. At 26-years-old, it's admittedly difficult for someone who is hungry and talented to suddenly walk away from all they know.
This isn't the first time we've seen artists announce early retirements only to walk them back relatively quickly. Anyone remember when Chief Keef said he was retiring back in 2016? We saw how long that lasted.
We'll keep tabs on this story. You can check out Doja Cat's Twitter account to see her latest tweets, although be warned, they are rather explicit.

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