Doja Cat shares 'pretty' photos of herself in a low-cut top with her hair in long waves so her fans can 'shut the f*** up'... after she shaved her head and debuted multiple bizarre looks
Doja Cat looked gorgeous in a set of photos that she shared to Instagram on Thursday night.
But the 27-year-old rapper and singer suggested that she wasn't posting them because she liked them, but rather to get fans who have criticized many of her recent iconoclastic looks off her back.
The hitmaker showed off a winning smile in the photos, which showed her flaunting her cleavage in a plunging sheer black top from IAMGIA.
'??Felt like doing a pretty beat for you boring a** lemon water b****es out there so you can shut the f*** up now and leave me the f*** alone ciao,' she wrote in her caption.
Doja's look was one of her most conservative in quite some time, even though she still flashed some flesh.?
Off her back: Doja Cat, 27, beamed in a set of lovely photos, even though she admitted in her caption that they were just to get her fans to 'shut the f*** up now and leave me the f*** along'
Her top was decorated with delicate floral designs and was cropped to show off a bit of her trim midriff.
Stayed on the monochrome theme with a pair of either black leather pants or a skirt, and she added some sparkle to her look with silver chains around her throat and what looked like a violet crystal.
The Say So rapper, who still has her hair buzzed short, sported a long wig that was parted down the middle and featured caramel-colored highlights.
The hair cascaded down her shoulders in loose, elegant waves.
Doja completed her look with an impeccably made-up face, including the perfect smoky eye.
She continued to have completely shaved-off eyebrows, and she merely drew delicate pencil-thin lines in place of them.?
Although she likely didn't go to the trouble of styling herself that way just for an Instagram photo, Doja seemed to delight in upending expectations after she dramatically shaved her head and adopted a variety of confrontational looks, in contrast with the more traditionally feminine styles she affected earlier in her career.?
In her recent cover interview with Variety, the singer–songwriter lashed out at people who compared her to Britney Spears and suggested she was having a mental health crisis after changing up her appearance by shaving her head and eyebrows.
Showing off: She wore a sheer black?IAMGIA top that highlighted her cleavage and was decorated with floral designs. Doja also had on a long caramel-colored wig
On point: She sported a winning smile and had her makeup done with a perfect smoky eye
Fighting back: In her recent cover interview with Variety , the singer–songwriter lashed out at people who compared her to Britney Spears and suggested she was having a mental health crisis after changing up her appearance by shaving her head and eyebrows
'It's so incredibly disrespectful for people to be minimizing what Britney went through and make a joke out of something that was very serious and a big deal in her life,' the Grammy winner said.
She continued: 'Every time I see a comment like that, I can't compute what's happening, other than it's just an awful thing.'
The Woman crooner was referring to Spears' challenges with her mental health battle over the past decade, and mandated psychiatric care while placed under a conservatorship by her father, Jamie Spears.
Like the former Mouseketeer, Doja has publicly struggled with her rapid rise to fame and navigating the spotlight.?
Last year, she retracted her emotional outburst about announcing her plans to quit music after receiving criticism for canceling her set at Paraguay's Asunciónico festival due to flooding.?
The?Los Angeles native, who went viral making and releasing music on SoundCloud as a teenager, went on to note that when she shaved off all her hair, she remembered thinking: 'Get this s**t off of me.'
Furious: 'It's so incredibly disrespectful for people to be minimizing what Britney went through and make a joke out of something that was very serious and a big deal in her life,' the Grammy winner said; seen January 25 in Paris
Seeing red: She got a chance to show the versatility of her buzz cut at Paris Fashion week. The close-cropped look allowed her to pull off a striking look in which she was covered head-to-toe in red body paint and 30,000 Swarovski crystals
'I needed to change something,' she said. 'I wasn't working out and wasn't really taking care of myself in the way that I wanted to. I was like, 'I need to do something,' so I just chopped it all off.'
The rapper (born Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini) went on to recall being able to 'see the shape of' her head and 'whole face' without having a wig 'glued' to her forehead.?
After 'years' of wearing wigs, the musician said she never got use to them, and would struggle waking up in the morning and having it falling into her mouth and eyes.
'It doesn't feel good. It's stressful if you want to work out, and then it slides off your head while you're in a public gym,' she explained. 'It's the best choice I've ever made, and I've never felt more beautiful.'
'And you know what? I still wear wigs, and they look better now because I don't have so much hair. Now I have a f**king hair hat — a shake-and-go — and I just slap it on and it's cute and I look like a little Pulp Fiction girl,'?Doja mused.
She got a chance to show off the versatility of her buzz cut at Paris Fashion week, when she showed off the remnants of her natural hair.
The close-cropped look allowed her to pull off a striking look in which she was covered head-to-toe in red body paint and 30,000 Swarovski crystals, making her look like a bright red extraterrestrial.
Doja was even able to use the short hair to help her cross dress, as she applied a fake mustache and soul patch, all of which appeared to have been made from fake eyelashes.?
Gender bender:?Doja was even able to use the short hair to help her cross dress, as she applied a fake mustache and soul patch, all of which appeared to have been made from fake eyelashes