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'Stranger Things' Star Says Things Are 'All Good' After Apologizing To Doja Cat For Leaking DMs

'Stranger Things' Star Says Things Are 'All Good' After Apologizing To Doja Cat For Leaking DMs
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Noah Schnapp from Stranger Things assured fans everything "is all good" between him and pop singer Doja Cat after a minor dust-up.

The 17-year-old actor–who plays Will Byers in the Netflix phenomenon Stranger Things–had previously ruffled feathers with Doja Cat after he shared their private messages without permission regarding the singer's crush on his co-star.

While Doja Cat acknowledged in a TikTok video she was "chill about it" because Schnapp was still young, she called him out for posting their private conversation online. She called it "unbelievably socially unaware and wack."

But it seems the teen has taken the initiative for damage control.

He recently posted a TikTok video showing off his mad math skills by solving problems in lightning succession.


Beat my score

To show there was no residual resentment, he synced the clip to a remix of Doja Cat's "Kiss Me More."

He stated in the comments:

"Guys everything is all good I apologized and I still follow her and love her music no hard feelings."


Fans could hardly contain themselves after realizing his song choice.





Some didn't think an apology from him wasn't warranted, and they took issue with the singer having beef with a teenager for being a teenager.

Others have moved on from the drama and focused on his mental gymnastics demonstrated in his TikTok video.




Last week, Doja Cat reached out to the teen on Instagram and asked if his co-star, British actor Joseph Quinn, had a girlfriend.

"Noah can you tell Joseph to hmu (hit me up)," wrote the 26-year-old Grammy Award-winning singer, adding, "wait no. does he have a gf?"

Schnapp gleefully replied, "LMAOO slide into his dms."

When she admitted to not knowing Quinn's Twitter or Instagram accounts and noted that Quinn didn't "have a dm to slide in," Schnapp sent her a link to Quinn's Instagram page, writing, "Right here ma’am."

After Schnapp posted their one-on-one conversation online, the singer condemned the teen on the platform.

According to a recirculating clip of her TikTok Live conversation addressing the incident, she said:

"The fact that Noah did that is so unbelievably socially unaware and whack. That’s like borderline snake sh*t… that’s like weasel sh*t.”

Her public condemnation of Schnapp subsequently caused her to allegedly lose 200,000 Instagram followers.

According to Social Blade analytics shared via The Los Angeles Times, the singer’s Instagram count dropped from 24.34 million followers to 24.14 million earlier this month.

Doja Cat has not been shy about her infatuation with Quinn, who gained worldwide attention for playing Eddie Munson in the fourth season of Stranger Things.

On May 30, three days after the show's first episode from the fourth season dropped, Doja Cat tweeted, "Joseph Quinn fine as (expletive)."

She also responded to a fan Twitter page for Quinn, which stated, "Doja look how fine Joseph Quinn is," to which Doja Cat replied, "It’s (expletive) criminal."

As far as we know, Quinn has not publicly addressed the feud between Doja Cat and his Stranger Things co-star.