It’s been some time since we have heard from rapper Charles Hamilton, however he was a subject of debate this afternoon after having a disagreement with Doja Cat on Twitter.
Apparently, it began on Thursday (Jan. 13) when the New York City native, recognized for his 2008 hit “Brooklyn Girls,” tweeted Doja, telling her to “chill” and “grow up.” In a now-deleted message, Hamilton wrote, “Doja, you gotta chill. The whole world is watching and, yes, judging you. Time to grow up. I know. Sucks. But… yeah.”
In a second tweet, posted earlier at the moment (Jan. 14), Charles Hamilton referenced Doja Cat expressing curiosity in eager to work with producer ninth Wonder, suggesting she take her craft extra significantly earlier than working with the expert beatmaker. A press release that some followers took as an insult against a praise.
“Also, @dojacat is talking about being on 9th beats,” he acknowledged. “Meaning, she wants to be taken serious (as a spitter). I’m just saying she should take herself more serious. She, like I said, is already rockin’ the world.”
One fan wrote, “STFU Charles Hamilton, you were corny. You was a doof to begin with and you don’t need to compare yourself to Doja in any way other than you’re both technically human.”
Another Twitter person typed, “Doja Cat dragged Charles Hamilton.”
On Christmas Eve of final 12 months, Doja Cat, who has been demanding her respect as a rapper, shared on Instagram Live that she desires to launch a double-album the place the first facet would have seven pop-rap songs and the different would have 12 full rap tracks. Doja additionally stated she’d wish to work with ninth and Jay Versace, to which ninth Wonder replied, “Say what now?”
At that time, Charles Hamilton’s mentions had been probably bombarded with Doja supporters who had been in protection of the California native.
“I wasn’t hating on Doja Cat,” he typed. “I’m just asking her to take herself serious. She’s already one of the elite females in music. I don’t want to hear her ridiculed for being silly. Like I was at one point. Y’all can chill out now.”
The Planet Her rhymer rapidly caught wind of Hamilton’s feedback and truly mistook him for an additional famed artist who shares the identical final title: R&B soul singer Anthony Hamilton.
“BRO I FEEL SO FUCKIN DUMB. IMAGINE HE WAS ANTHONY HAMILTON THOUGH?!?!?” she stated, straight responding to Charles Hamilton’s now-removed tweet.
She then advised Hamilton, “You ain’t shit.”
Doja went on to taunt Hamilton and his tune “Brooklyn Girls,” writing, “u that one dude that was like ‘ABADABADABA BROOKLYN GIRLS.'”
She added, “Bro i thought you were Anthony Hamilton i was about to tell my whole family I was so excited.”
It’s unclear the place Charles Hamilton’s preliminary tweet stemmed from or if it was only a thought he determined to share. Either method, it seems like Doja Cat’s overprotective followers gave him second ideas about posting these messages.
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