Rap star Doja Cat is keeping the fans entertained during the coronavirus quarantine. The hip-hop entertainer might have officially outdone herself after sharing a hilarious performance of West Coast rapper Roddy Ricch‘s “The Box.”

Big Facts

This week, Doja took a hilarious shot at the song in a medieval-slash-British style. During this performance, she wore a chainlink mask with some retro music playing in the background.

High-Key Details

Last week, the 24-year old went to her Instagram page to unload some must-like magic. In a fresh batch of pics she’s modeling around her crib and flexing stay-home vibes in various pajamas.

“Pajamas from @fashionnova/ I never post selfies so let me be cringe for like 5 minutes thanks guys.” -Doja Cat’s Instagram

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“outfit by @fashionnova sometimes ”

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Wait, There’s More

Ricch’s “The Box” spent an amazing 11 weeks at atop the Billboard Hot 100. It eventually fell to pop sensation The Weeknd‘s “Blinding Lights.”

After 11 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Roddy Ricch’s breakout hit, “The Box,” has finally been knocked off its perch by none other than The Weeknd. The R&B star’s After Hours single, “Blinding Lights,” lifted itself from No. 2 to No. 1 this week as fans flocked to stream and purchase his new album. Billboard reports that the song earned 32.1 million streams in the US last week. It’s The Weeknd’s fifth No. 1 hit overall, and second from After Hours, following the No. 1 debut of “Heartless” last year. He previously topped the charts with “Can’t Feel My Face,” “The Hills,” and “Starboy.” Roddy Ricch’s “The Box” first hit No. 1 in mid-January, when it beat Justin Bieber’s comeback single, “Yummy,” to the top. (Genius)

Before You Go

The Weeknd has since been dominating the charts, scoring a massive first week with his After Hours album. The LP had the biggest release of all 2020.

The Weeknd rocks the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart, as he scores his fourth No. 1 album with his latest release, After Hours. The set jumps in with the year’s biggest week for any album: 444,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending March 26, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. The sum also marks The Weeknd’s personal weekly best. After Hours was released on March 20 via XO/Republic Records, and is The Weeknd’s first release since his chart-topping six-song EP My Dear Melancholy in 2018. (Billboard)