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Singer-rapper Doja Cat’s social-media following has reportedly thinned after she blasted “Stranger Things” star Noah Schnapp final week for exposing their personal messages.
In response to Social Blade, a social-media stats and analytics web site, the “Kiss Me Extra” and “Have to Know” hitmaker apparently misplaced about 200,000 followers on Instagram after blasting Schnapp for the leak. The drop took her from 24.34 million to 24.14 million since July 7, the day she addressed the controversy.
Nonetheless, her following on TikTok — the place she posts and jokes extra robustly and the place the Schnapp spat performed out — appeared unchanged over the previous week and held regular at roughly 25.5 million followers.
In the meantime, Schnapp, who performs Will Byers in Netflix’s hit sci-fi sequence, noticed his Instagram following soar from 24.25 million to 25.17 million over the identical time interval, posting a acquire of practically 1 million followers for the reason that debacle started. The 17-year-old actor additionally gained practically 3 million followers on TikTok, leaping from 24.4 to 27.3 million on the video-sharing platform.
Doja Cat, 26, has made no secret of her crush on Schnapp’s “fine” co-star Joseph Quinn and pinged Schnapp to attach them. Schnapp then leaked their dialog in a now-deleted TikTok video that he labeled “thirsty Doja.”
That didn’t sit properly with the Grammy-winning rapper. She took to TikTok Dwell to blast his “borderline snake” habits, dubbing him a “child” who’s “unbelievably socially unaware and whack.”
However prickly commentary wasn’t solely reserved for Schnapp. The tides additionally turned towards Doja for soliciting Quinn’s info from a minor moderately than looking for it out by way of different channels. Different followers and followers tried to play up that Schnapp posted his video in jest and that the embarrassed rapper bought unnecessarily upset.
The singer appeared to handle the scenario Friday, tweeting: “y’all are so cringe and lame and no one needs to hold w u that’s why y’all be on right here unironically writing replies to s— that makes you mad.”’
On Friday, the musician additionally posted a graphic photo on Instagram of what gave the impression to be cat droppings. “My cat is so cute i really like him a lot,” learn the caption, prompting followers to remark “Whyyyyyy are you want this??” and “Typically a social media supervisor is required.”
Schnapp has not but addressed the controversy — and neither has Quinn — and representatives for Schnapp didn’t reply to The Occasions’ requests for remark.