Who is Doja Cat’s Predator boyfriend?
Doja Cat is no newcomer to controversies, often finding herself embroiled in social media disputes over matters ranging from her Met Gala attire to contentious lyrics in her rap verses.
Currently, the focal point of contention revolves around her romantic life, causing a strain between her and her dedicated fanbase, who typically stand by her side even during her more provocative endeavors.
Devotees have taken to various tweets and threads, beseeching Doja Cat to distance herself from her recently disclosed partner.
The source of fans’ discontent centers on her boyfriend, comedian Jeffrey “J” Cyrus. The duo’s public appearances, notably in Cabo, Mexico, in early June, have brought attention to their relationship.
J, recognized for his initial rise on Vine and now active on platforms like TikTok, Twitch, and YouTube, is affiliated with the social media talent agency Undercurrent. This agency also manages notable influencers such as Jojo Siwa and YouTuber Lance Stewart.
Yet, fans were swift to bring Doja Cat’s awareness to her boyfriend’s history of controversies. Deleted tweets from the comedian, which appeared to allude to alleged instances of sexual assault, came under scrutiny.
Accounts on Twitter suggested that around 20 women had voiced allegations against J Cyrus. It is important to note that there doesn’t seem to be any ongoing legal or criminal cases against him.
Additionally, there were claims that J Cyrus, leveraging his moderator status on Twitch, employed manipulative tactics to suppress information and prevent communication among various accusers.
In 2020, the 36-year-old comedian issued an apology in response to harassment allegations on Twitch, as documented in a tweet. However, his apology garnered criticism for its lack of meaningful accountability. He seemed to imply that the encounters were consensual, without taking substantial responsibility.
Doja Cat’s response to her fans’ reservations about Cyrus was uncompromising. In now-deleted messages on threads, she asserted her autonomy and defended her choices, stating, “my life my rules[,] my style[,] my attitude.”
Interestingly, some fan pages dedicated to Doja Cat deactivated their accounts subsequent to her chastising her fanbase for referring to themselves as “kittenz.”
The artist further challenged her supporters’ self-imposed moniker, implying they should focus on real-world responsibilities. According to reports, she expressed, “If you call yourself a ‘kitten’ or f**king ‘kittenz’ that means you need to get off your phone and get a job and help your parents with the house.”
At present, neither Doja Cat nor J Cyrus has publicly addressed the accusations of racism and harassment. The Evening Standard sought comments from both Doja Cat and J Cyrus but received no response as of now.