Noah Schnapp Admits He Hurt Doja Cat By Leaking Her DMs
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Noah Schnapp has shared an update about his public spat with Doja Cat by admitting that he hurt the rapper's feelings when he leaked their DMs on social media.
In case you forgot, Doja Cat got in contact with the Noah to ask him how to slide into the DMs of Joseph Quinn, who plays Eddie Munson on the Netflix show.
While the teen was happy to provide his co-star's contact information, he also posted pictures of their private exchange onto TikTok in a now deleted video titled 'thirsty Doja'.
Although the pop sensation – real name Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini – had already posted about her admiration for Quinn online, she wasn't too pleased with Schnapp including screenshots of their messages in his viral video.
Doja Cat responded to the video in a TikTok live stream where she said that while she hopes they can be ‘chill about it’ as he’s just ‘a kid’, she described his actions as 'borderline snake s**t' and 'weasel s**t'.
Although many people agreed with Doja Cat and believe that Schnapp should never have shared their private exchange with the world, others criticised how she dealt with the situation.
Looking at how their social media followers were impacted by the unexpected disagreement between the two stars, Doja Cat - who rose to viral fame thanks to hits like Mooo! - might have lost a few fans.
As demonstrated by Social Blade, which tracks social media statistics and analytics, the Schnapp's Instagram following jumped from 24.25 million on Wednesday, July 6, to 26 million as of today (20 July).
The Grammy award winner one the other hand, fell from 24.34 million to 24.14 million over the same time period, losing just over 200k followers.
Now, the Stranger Things star, 17, has opened up about about the state of his camaraderie with the Get Into It (Yuh) musician in a new interview with Variety.
He admitted that when he shared the direct messages online he was 'not thinking too much of it, but obviously it hurt her feelings'.
He added: "So, as I should, I apologized and she was totally OK with it, and was like, 'I'm sorry how I reacted'.
"It was all good," he added. "I love her. I'm like the biggest fan of her music, and I told her that. I was like, you're literally my role model. It's all good.
"People make such a big deal out of everything when it's on the internet, but like, in reality, it's like a two minute thing."
Hopefully these two have made amends for good.
Topics: Celebrity, Film and TV, Stranger Things