Renowned rapper Doja Cat has a straightforward message for her fans: “Leave your kids at home.” This bold declaration came during a recent discussion on X, where she emphasized the adult-oriented nature of her music. The “Scarlet” album creator is known for her unapologetically explicit lyrics, which she firmly believes are not suitable for children’s ears.

Doja Cat

Doja Cat at Fashion Awards

During her performance at the 2024 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Doja Cat not only showcased her musical talents but also reiterated the adult themes of her songs. “idk what the f–k you think this is but I don’t make music for children so leave your kids at home motherf–ker,” she expressed on her X platform. This statement followed her concerns about young fans being exposed to inappropriate content, such as lyrics about sexual acts and profanity.

The 28-year-old artist is preparing for the international leg of her Scarlet Tour and is scheduled to headline major events including Hot 97’s Summer Jam. Her recent performances and music releases, such as “F–k the Girls (FTG),” clearly communicate that her target audience is adults. The song lyrics explicitly advise against viewing her as a role model for children, emphasizing a self-reliant attitude.

Her candidness was on full display at Coachella, where she performed in revealing attire, further highlighting the adult-oriented performance style. Additionally, Doja Cat has expanded her brand with a limited-edition Funko Pop! figurine, capturing her iconic Coachella look, indicating her growing influence in pop culture beyond music.

Doja Cat

Doja Cat

As Doja Cat continues to navigate her musical career, she remains firm in her stance that her performances and artistic expressions are intended for a mature audience. This has sparked discussions among fans and critics about the responsibilities of artists in curating their audience and the boundaries of artistic expression.

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