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We Got CLOSE UP Pics Of Doja Cat Without Makeup Or Photoshop … Fans Say She Looks HIDEOUS

Pop singer Doja Cat is seen as one of the most beautiful young pop stars in the world – but is she really?

Media Take Out obtained some recent pics of Doja – selfies that she took while driving her car. And we’re shocked by how she looked.

And we’re not alone. When fans saw the recent pics of Doja, they couldn’t believe how different she looked. Some particularly mean fans are calling her bare face “hideous” and others are referring to her as “ugly.”

But not everyone thinks that Doja looks bad in the pics. Some of the pop singers fans actually like the fact that she looks like a “regular person” without all the makeup and photoshop.

Here are the pics causing all the controversy:

Doja Cat earned viral success as an internet meme with her 2018 single “Mooo!”, a novelty song in which she makes satirical claims about being a cow. Capitalizing on her growing popularity, she released her second studio album, Hot Pink, in the following year. It reached the top 10 of the US Billboard 200 and spawned the single “Say So”, which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart following the release of a remix featuring Nicki Minaj. This album was followed by Planet Her (2021), which spent three consecutive weeks at number two on the Billboard 200 and spawned the top 10 singles “Kiss Me More” (featuring SZA), “Need to Know”, and “Woman.”

Described by The Wall Street Journal as “a skilled technical rapper with a strong melodic sense and a bold visual presence”,[2] Doja Cat is known for creating music videos and songs that achieve popularity on social media applications such as TikTok. She is also well-versed in the internet herself, and is famed for her absurdly humorous personality and online presence.

Doja Cat has received numerous accolades throughout her career, including one Grammy Award from eleven nominations, five Billboard Music Awards, five American Music Awards, and three MTV Video Music Awards.

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