Doja Cat scolds parents who bring kids to her shows: 'I'm rapping about c-m'

The "F--- the Girls" singer tells parents to "leave your mistake at home."

Doja Cat is slapping a parental advisory sticker on her concerts.

In a series of posts on X, the Grammy-winning rapper admonished parents who bring kids to her concerts. "idk what the f--- you think this is but i don't make music for children so leave your kids at home motherf---er," she began.

The "Wet Vagina," "Cyber Sex," and "Bottom Bitch" singer explained, "I'm rapping about c-m why are you bringing your offspring to my show."

<p>Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella</p> Doja Cat

Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella

Doja Cat

She wrapped up her posts by telling fans, "rappin about eatin dick and pissin on his v-cut, leave your mistake at home*."

When a fan asked if Doja, who headlined Coachella earlier this month, was "high" in response to the posts, she replied "maintenance."

While the "F--- the Girls" singer used eye-catching terms in her explanation, she has a point. Sexual imagery is often found in her music. Plus lyrics like, "Said suck my dick, c--t, tits, I'm yellin', '666" isn't exactly G or even PG-rated content.

However, it's also possible to put age restrictions on shows. While smaller concerts at clubs and bars usually have strict age limitations, it can be more complicated in the arenas where Doja Cat is performing.

Nonetheless, London's O2 has an age restriction of 16 for her June 14 show, but younger attendees will be admitted if they're joined by "an adult aged 18+." Her Glasgow concert allows attendees as young as age 14 in the standing section and even 8-year-olds may be admitted in the seated section as long as they are accompanied by a parent. If it's a problem, it's not just parents with the ability to do something about it.

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