• Doja Cat wear white sheer swimsuit
  • She bares all in new pictures
  • She shows off her curves

Doja Cat, the "Agoura Hills" sensation, left little to the imagination in her latest Instagram escapade. Posing on a surfboard, the "Boss B*tch" singer flashed her bare essentials, captivating her audience with her fearless fashion sense. Wearing nothing but a tiny thong swimsuit, white slingback heels, and futuristic sunglasses, Doja proved once again that she's too famous to play it safe!

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Sexy pictures: Doja Cat in a revealing swimsuit

She reclined on the board, lying stomach-down, crouched upon it, and gracefully maneuvered as it floated in the serene waters.

The star also showcased her silhouette in the entirely sheer attire during the daring photoshoot.

Hailing from Tarzana, California, she complemented her ensemble with white slingback heels and stylish, futuristic sunglasses.

A tease of musical genius

As fans reel from her sizzling snaps, Doja Cat has also been stirring the pot with hints at her next musical venture. Wiping her Instagram clean earlier this month, she tantalized followers with descriptions of her upcoming album as a mix of "classical," "pop," and "french conceptual experimental country/bohemian fusion." Yet, in true Doja fashion, she admitted the album's not finished, keeping fans on their toes.

Not one to shy away from controversy, Doja Cat recently addressed the criticism over the explicit content of her performances. With a bold message to parents on X (formerly Twitter), she declared, "I don't make music for children so leave your kids at home motherfcker." This statement echoes her sentiments from her track "Fck the Girls" (FTG) off her latest album, Scarlet, reinforcing her stance as an artist who creates on her own terms.

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Adding to her list of achievements, Doja Cat's headlining performance at Coachella marked a historic moment as she became the first female rapper to headline the festival in its 25-year history. Opting to perform fan favorites like "Tia Tamera" and "Paint The Town Red," she strategically left out her biggest hits, "Say So" and "Kiss Me More," showcasing her depth as an artist and performer.