Doja Cat reveals the she has changed her stage name to “Emcee Flapchunks The 3rd” KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Thursday, May 11, 2023

Doja Cat reveals the she has changed her stage name to “Emcee Flapchunks The 3rd”

Doja Cat reveals the she has changed her stage name to “Emcee Flapchunks The 3rd”.

After watching reactions to that news pour in over the past few days, the “Woman” songstress returned on Thursday (May 11) with another update. “Everyone so angyyyyyyyyyyy MUUUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHA,” she tweeted earlier this afternoon, acknowledging the obvious discontent with her recent antics. Shortly after that, Doja said that has a new moniker which she wants everyone to recognize her by effective immediately.

“Planet her and hot pink were cash – grabs, and yall fell for it,” said the singer on Twitter. “Now I can disappear somewhere and touch grass with my loved ones on an island while yall weep for mediocre pop,” she added. 

The artist broke into the industry with Amala, but did not receive mainstream success until, Hot Pink. The 12-song record includes her disco-pop song “Say So,” which became her first Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot100 chart. When “Say So” went viral on TikTok, she witnessed a spike in streaming numbers. The album also includes “Kiss Me More” and “Juicy” featuring Tyga. 

“My stage name is no longer Doja Cat,” the 27-year-old boldly declared. “It’s Emcee Flapchunks the 3rd, and you’ll address me as such.” Thankfully, some followers have been matching the lyricist’s energy in her replies, writing things like, “I hope [you] have a bad day ’cause I have to change all my passwords from dojacathater to emceeflapchunkshater now.” Another comedic response reads, “Pls point me to Emcee Flapchunks the 1st and 2nd.” Elsewhere, fed-up fans are begging Doja to quit trolling and drop some new music already.

Doja Cat’s third studio album, Planet Her, was equally successful—with collaborations with The Weeknd, SZA, Gunna, Ariana Grande, and Young Thug. The party-worthy collection scored Doja Cat her first GRAMMY nomination for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. 

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