Doja Cat poses NUDE for Rolling Stone 1

Doja Cat poses NUDE for Rolling Stone

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Three-time Grammy nominee Doja Cat showed off her incredible curves in a plunging flapper-inspired minidress on the cover of Rolling Stone. 

Before opening up about her unique childhood and navigating the pitfalls of superstardom, the rapper, 26, underwent multiple outfit changes for the photo shoot.

In addition to rocking a low-cut mesh green dress, she posed completely naked apart from a pair of large gold earrings and bangle bracelets. 

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Baring all: Three-time Grammy nominee Doja Cat showed off her incredible curves for Rolling Stone magazine

Baring all: Three-time Grammy nominee Doja Cat showed off her incredible curves for Rolling Stone magazine

During the sit-down interview, the Kiss Me More hitmaker (born Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini) revealed she doesn’t really love her stage name. 

While she is a cat mom to kitties Alex and Ray, the other half of her name derives from a marijuana strain, which she has quit smoking altogether. 

‘My image was the pothead hippie girl, and I’m not that,’ she said. ‘[SNL] made a joke the other day that Doja Cat sounds like a Pokémon. And, you know, it didn’t hurt my feelings, but it definitely hurt my feelings.’ 

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Wow: Before opening up about her unique childhood and navigating the pitfalls of superstardom, the rapper, 26, underwent multiple outfit changes for the photo shoot

Wow: Before opening up about her unique childhood and navigating the pitfalls of superstardom, the rapper, 26, underwent multiple outfit changes for the photo shoot

Candid: During the sit-down interview, the Kiss Me More hitmaker (born Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini) revealed doesn't love her stage name

Candid: During the sit-down interview, the Kiss Me More hitmaker (born Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini) revealed doesn’t love her stage name

When she’s not performing, the star loves to cook, which is a talent she was taught by an ‘insanely French’ past boyfriend. 

Her favorite recipes include Wagyu sandwiches with Gruyere truffle cheese and grilling steak and asparagus with caramelized pancetta. 

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While Doja rose to fame in 2018 after years of dance and piano lessons throughout her adolescence, she had her first brush with fame as a child. 

Great in the kitchen: When she's not performing, the star loves to cook, which is a talent she was taught by an 'insanely French' past boyfriend

Great in the kitchen: When she’s not performing, the star loves to cook, which is a talent she was taught by an ‘insanely French’ past boyfriend

When looking back at her 2014 hit So High, Doja said: 'It's some of the laziest lyrics I've ever written. I don't love the locals. However, the production, the beat, is some of the most beautiful production in music'

When looking back at her 2014 hit So High, Doja said: ‘It’s some of the laziest lyrics I’ve ever written. I don’t love the locals. However, the production, the beat, is some of the most beautiful production in music’

The singer’s nanny was Alexis Neiers, the former star of E!’s Pretty Wild, who told the magazine she remembers Doja as a ‘very talented’ kid. 

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Neiers, who was a member of the Bling Ring, served a month in jail for her involvement in a string of burglaries that targeted the homes of multiple celebrities. 

When looking back at her 2014 hit So High, Doja said: ‘It’s some of the laziest lyrics I’ve ever written. I don’t love the locals. However, the production, the beat, is some of the most beautiful production in music.’

Hard year: The artist, who earned eight nominations for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, confessed she was disappointed COVID-19 forced her to cancel her tour

Hard year: The artist, who earned eight nominations for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, confessed she was disappointed COVID-19 forced her to cancel her tour

'It just became a very sad and repetitive and underwhelming thing for me,' she said of performing her popular track Say So on Zoom

‘It just became a very sad and repetitive and underwhelming thing for me,’ she said of performing her popular track Say So on Zoom

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The song also led her to working with Dr. Luke, who Kesha alleges ‘sexually, physically, verbally and emotionally’ abused her, to which he denies.

‘I don’t think I need to work with him again. I don’t think I need to work with him in the future. I know that,’ she said. ‘I think it was definitely nice of me to work with him.’  

She also expressed frustration over how she beleives Dr. Luke unfairly took credit for music he may or may not ‘did anything on.’

Loving the spotlight: Doja Cat seen performing earlier this month at KISS FM's Jingle Ball 2021 in Chicago, Illinois

Loving the spotlight: Doja Cat seen performing earlier this month at KISS FM’s Jingle Ball 2021 in Chicago, Illinois

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Weeks after the interview, however, she retracted the claims to the outlet with a ‘follow-up statement denying that Dr. Luke had been unfairly credited on any of her songs.’

Doja said the comments were made out of ‘sensitivities in the past about certain people attributing’ her ‘general success to the work of others — in particular, men.’

‘The credits on my music are accurate, and I don’t want to imply anything else,’ she said. 

First brush with fame: The singer's nanny was Alexis Neiers, the former star of E!'s Pretty Wild, who told the magazine remembers Doja as a 'brilliant, very talented' kid

First brush with fame: The singer’s nanny was Alexis Neiers, the former star of E!’s Pretty Wild, who told the magazine remembers Doja as a ‘brilliant, very talented’ kid

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The artist, who earned eight nominations for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards coming in January, also confessed she was disappointed COVID-19 forced her to cancel her tour. 

‘It just became a very sad and repetitive and underwhelming thing for me,’ she said of performing her popular track Say So on Zoom.  

In another shocking revelation from her chat, Doja revealed she nearly collaborated on Billie Eilish’s song Bellyache, but ‘couldn’t think of anything to write.’

‘I remember thinking it was so cute. I loved it,’ she stated. ‘I don’t think the song was for me, though. It was quite hard to write to.’

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What could have been: In another shocking revelation from her chat, Doja revealed she nearly collaborated on Billie Eilish's song Bellyache, but 'couldn't think of anything to write'

What could have been: In another shocking revelation from her chat, Doja revealed she nearly collaborated on Billie Eilish’s song Bellyache, but ‘couldn’t think of anything to write’

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