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Doja Cat reveals new album title, calls past work “cash-grabs”

Doja Cat shared her insights on her previous albums, "Planet Her" and "Hot Pink," while also revealing the name of her forthcoming album.

The rapper said on Twitter on Tuesday night (May 9) that her two previous albums were "cash-grabs" and that her followers had fallen for it. She added in a tweet, "now i can go disappear somewhere and touch grass with my loved ones on an island while yall weep for mediocre pop,"

'First of All' is the name of Doja Cat's new album, which she also announced in a subsequent tweet. The rapper changed her moniker on social media to "Hellmouth" earlier this year when she first revealed that she had a new record ready to go, leading fans to believe that would be the title of the record.

Doja Cat clarified in her most recent tweet: "its not named hEllMoUth either; its called "First of All" and yes, I'm releasing the album title right now.

Howard Stern calls King Charles a “p***y” and says coronation was “disgusting”


King Charles has been referred to as a "pussy" and the coronation has been dubbed "disgusting" by Howard Stern.

On his radio show on Monday (May 8), the American radio and television celebrity attacked the recently crowned King and Queen Camilla, calling them "vampires."

Stern added, "England's got to get a handle on itself. "I realize that it might increase tourists, but Jesus Christ. Prince Charles is a p***y, to start with. That comes in first. People are acting during the entire ceremony as though that [email protected] dude went to war or something, then beat up everyone else.

"They're like, 'We swear our allegiance to you, and you're a great warrior,'" Stern concluded. "I mean, the whole thing is fucking nuts, especially in this day and age."

Stern expressed his indignation at the tens of millions of pounds being spent on the coronation at a time when the UK is experiencing a crisis in the cost of living.

High-profile celebrities including Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, Emma Thompson, and many others attended the event on Saturday at Westminster Abbey. A star-studded concert took place the day after the wedding at Windsor Castle.