Doja Cat transforms into an intergalactic spaceship commander!
The 26-year-old has made headlines for being a talented rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer but her latest music video proved the entertainer also has artistic skills.
The songstress recently took to Twitter to announce the release of the visuals to her song “Get Into It (Yuh),” however, fans had mixed reactions to the space-themed clip.
Fans React To Doja Cat’s Battle Against Cat-napping Aliens In New Music Video
Doja Cat decided to end the first month of 2022 in grand style by dropping the long-awaited music video for her song, “Get Into It (Yuh).”
The gorgeous vixen shared a 30 seconds teaser of the Sci-Fi-themed clip alongside a double-red heart emoji and the words, “#GetIntoIt video out now.”
The “Kiss Me More” singer added a link to the full music video in her tweet to ensure fans didn’t waste time searching for the footage.
The 26-year-old’s excitement was understandable as she went all out for “Get Into It (Yuh)” visuals, in which the California native played the part of a cat-loving intergalactic spaceship commander.
In the video, the caramel-toned beauty and her starship of backup dancers undergo a dangerous rescue mission across the cosmos to rescue the commander’s pet cat, Starscream.
AMAZINGGGG THAT 2nd LOOOKKKK AND THE 3rdddd pic.twitter.com/BfHqwTmYM0
— ୭ ˚laya ୧ .˚ₓ (@poptropicalza) January 31, 2022
Doja’s adorable furry friend was kidnapped by aliens, who faced the wrath of the twerking queen in a powerful showdown filled with exquisite dance moves and stunning outfits.
This unique video took place in the Hip-hop star’s outer-space world, created for her third studio and Grammy-nominated album, “Planet Her.”
Despite the level of love “Get Into It (Yuh)” received after its release, it appeared not everyone enjoyed the cinematic visuals for the hit song as fans shared mixed reviews on Twitter.
Several people expressed their disappointment about the Sci-fi inspired clip, but surprisingly their reasons had nothing to do with the video’s concept but the lack of their favorite artist.
One fan shared a meme of the iconic cartoon character Tom from “Tom & Jerry,” looking devastated and blatantly asked, “where’s Nicki Minaj?”
Another fan shared a clip of the “Anaconda” singer and implored Doja to release a collaboration with the Trinidadian-born rapper in February.
WE WILL ALL BE WATCHING IT // & not you finally making your layout presentable & professional … did your label force you to do this?? blink twice if you need help
— steven ❀ // #1 shirt stan 👕 (@arianaunext) January 31, 2022
It seemed most people were fans of the Barbie idol as a third Twitter user couldn’t believe the “Bed Of Lies” artist didn’t make an appearance at the end of the music video.
The desire for fans to see a collaboration with their favorite singers seemed to be spreading as one fangirl had a special request for the “Ain’t Shit” rapper. The lady wrote:
“My only request is Boom HAS GOT TO BE ON THE NEXT ALBUM. Also please team up with @theestallion & @iamcardib @SunnyLALiz so I can just play it on ignorant levels. Pls and thank you #kitten”
While this tweet was by far sweeter than the other requests for collaborations, the best comment came from a fan who couldn’t get enough of the California native’s gorgeous outfits.
This admirer shared a meme of a woman screaming in excitement alongside the heartfelt words, “AMAZINGGGG THAT 2nd LOOOKKKK AND THE 3rdddd.”
The Grammy Nominee Warned People To Never Take Her Words Out Of Context
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Last December, The Blast reported that the 5-time AMA winner cautioned fans and media outlets to stop taking her words out of context following a viral Instagram Live session.
At the time, Doja revealed on Instagram that she felt pressured to do interviews, photoshoots, and other media activities, which the rapper hated because it took up her precious time.
Before this Instagram Live confession, the “Woman” singer previously stated in since-deleted tweets that she was unhappy from being overworked without time to relax.
These comments from the Hip-hop star gave rise to various speculations that the 26-year-old was depressed and unable to cope with her thriving music career.
However, the Billboard Music Award winner set the record straight about her mental health in another Instagram Live session, in which she called out fans for “diagnosing her.”
The fashionista explained that her dislike for interviews or media appearances didn’t imply she was depressed, nor did it give fans and media outlets the right to diagnose her without a medical license.