Doja Cat Addresses French Montana Dating Rumors - She Says 'Relax'
Whenever two celebrities are seen out in public together, the media, especially social media, lights up with rumors of romance, however, it's not always true. Doja Cat and French Montana were the recent victims of this phenomenon, a report from Hot New Hip Hop said today.
According to the outlet, Doja Cat and French Montana were seen together hanging out on a yacht with some of their friends, and social media was quick to jump to conclusions. While there wasn't anything in the clip that hinted at them being together, rumors started swirling online.
Rather than let them fester, Doja Cat took to her Twitter to say right away that she and French had a "song coming out," and she also told everyone to relax. "F*ckin' relax," Doja Cat wrote. Fans then asked her if Megan Thee Stallion was on the song as well, and she liked that tweet.
This wouldn't be the first time French Montana was in the headlines for romance rumors. The rapper found himself the subject of speculation regarding NeNe Leakes. The ex-Real Housewives of Atlanta star was accused of cheating on her husband with him.
Reportedly, it all started with Wendy Williams and NeNe Leakes . The pair of women haven't been getting along very well over the last little while, and Leakes asked why she felt the need to involve her family in the recent reports regarding her exit from Real Housewives.
Doja Cat, on the other hand, has been busy interacting with her fans online as usual. The rapper had to put rumors down regarding an upcoming song featuring Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande. The artist said there were no plans for it, even though she liked the idea.
While speaking with MTV, Doja Cat claimed there was no song coming out in the future, but she did have a new record coming out that would explore a number of different genres, including dancehall, afrobeat songs, and house.
Regardless, Doja Cat is nearly always in the headlines for some reason or another. Earlier this year, she was put on blast for questioning the severity of the coronavirus pandemic.