Dumisani Dlamini ends beef with daughter Doja Cat?

Dumisani Dlamini hinted that he and his daughter Doja Cat had reconciled in the United States. He stated this after a troll targeted him for uploading a lovely Instagram photo of his daughter.

Doja Cat, the daughter of legendary actor Dumisani Dlamini, has long expressed her dissatisfaction with her father.

The Sarafina star uploaded a video clip of a Doja Cat interview in which she learned that her father is a producer as well as a dancer and performer.

The Las Vegas singer was taken aback when she learned that her father is also a music producer, and she expressed her delight at the news.

He captioned the video, “Tell me something, let me hear from you. Please, we love each and every comment.”


His post was met with reactions from his followers.

One comment said, “You ran away to the edge of the world and married 3 women had 30 children. Deborah was struggling to pay her rent with your OWN children. You aren’t fooling anyone.”

In response to the criticism, Dumisani stated that he is spending quality time with his baby in New York.

“Take your medication and relax. I am in New York with my baby ok.”

thatoseema9: “Wow this is so cool, siyakubongela bhuti (we are happy for you.) So easy to see that she likes you, acknowledges you and is proud of you.

theesativa_: “I’ve been following Doja since SoundCloud, oh my gosh I love how she grew. You have an Amazing Talented Daughter.”

dojacatchart: “I hope you and your daughter meet and get to spend time together! You guys are both so talented! I’m sure you are very proud of her.”

dojas.motive: “Sir your daughter has helped me with some tough times with her music. You’re so lucky to have an amazing daughter like miss Amala.”

Trolls pressured Dumisani into removing a post in which he congratulated Doja on her Grammy triumph for her collaboration with SZA, Kiss Me More, for which they won Best Pop Duo Performance.

Doja had revealed to his co-star Whoopi Goldberg that she had never met her father, who was regarded as “a decent man” by Whoopi.

However, speaking to Mo Flava on Metro FM, Dlamini said, “I have been looking for my daughter as well. You mustn’t forget these Americans. Americans will always want to have something to cause a stir, so that she stays in the media and is talked about around the world,” he said.

“I have tried to search for my baby and the company that runs her entertainment has been blocking me. They know that if I could get hold of her, maybe she will disappear from the picture … I know my daughter, wherever she is, is looking for me.”

“I am close to my kids, all of them. I love them and they love me,” he concluded.