Doja Cat wins two AMAs for R&B categories: Twitter thinks she was less deserving than other nominees

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The consecration of Doja Cat at the American Music Awards spills a lot of ink and saliva on the canvas. Fans are calling for justice for “Heaux Tales” by Jasmine Sullivan and others. We tell you more in this post.

Doja Cat’s victory does not delight fans

The American Music Awards (AMA) brought together on Sunday , November 21 , the big names in the music industry. Held at the Microsfoft Theater, this evening hosted by Cardi B, celebrated and honored the accomplishments and creations they have made during the year.

One of the most controversial moments online was Megan Thee Stalion’s victory for best hip-hop rap album. She struggled with artists like Drake and Pop Smoke. Fans of the latter made it clear that they weren’t impressed with the move despite it being a big win for Thee Hotties.

However, this award is not the only one to have elicited negative reactions from the public. The AMAs are singled out for also awarding Doja Cat two R&B awards . Indeed, many think that it does not necessarily correspond to this category. Note that she was also nominated alongside great artists such as Jazmine Sullivan, HER, Giveon as well as Queen Naija , which did not prevent her from winning the distinction of Best Soul / R & B album. with his hit album Planet Her .

Many fans share their opinions on Twitter

Doja Cat was nominated in the Favorite Female Artist category of Soul / R & B. This news shocked many people and prompted them to share their opinions on Twitter. “I love Doja Cat, you all know that, but she’s not in R&B especially when HER, Jhene Aiko, SZA and Jazmine Sullivan are in the category. And where is the appointment of KEHLANI? »We read in a publication.

We can also read:  “It’s not against Doja, it’s more the industry. No one listened to his music and said it’s R&B. This girl should never be in the same categories with Jazmine, Giveon, Queen, etc. “ . Here are some of the most relevant tweets on the subject.

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