Doja Cat responds to concerned fans after posting photo of herself wearing a neck brace!

The real whiplash attempt is trying to keep up with what’s happening Doja cat posts as she sets the record with THIS picture of her wearing a neck brace!

At Instagram Wednesday, that Attention The rapper posted a photo of herself wearing a neck brace, which shocked fans. But her caption read:

“I’m fine, my neck is fine.”

Umm WHAT?? See the original post (below):

Although she insisted she was fine, some of her followers were understandably worried! We mean, seeing your favorite artist wearing a neck brace will raise your eyebrows! Commenters flooded the post wondering what happened and if Doja was hurt:

“Girl, what happened?”

“Hey, is your throat okay?”

“Are you OK??”

Meanwhile, some fans thought this was just one of the 27-year-old’s silly antics – and joked in the replies:

“You wear rap so much you broke your neck. Bless your soul (if you have one left)”

“This is what happens when you crawl around on the ceiling”

“It’s a fashion thing. You would not understand.”

“The jaw broke because she ate so much.”

The Demons However, the rapper finally shared her story and thankfully she seems to be doing well! In an interview with Weekly entertainment on Wednesday evening in Victoria’s Secret World Tour When asked about the neck brace, she replied:

“So my friend here, my date, my beautiful date got whiplash and he takes it off sometimes and I stole it from him. I’m fine in the truest sense of the word. Totally fine, my neck is great.”

Angry!

Well, she tried to tell us, we guess!

Related: Doja’s Reaction to Losing Over 180,000 Followers Amid Controversy!

Still, it’s nice to hear. Doja also cheekily quipped when the interviewer asked if she’s always “stirring the pot” online:

“Yes.”

LOLz! She definitely knows how to keep everyone on their toes! Reactions, Perezcious readers?

[Image via Doja Cat/Instagram]

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