“Ain’t Sh*t” is the eleventh track on Doja Cat’s 2021 album ‘Planet Her.’ The song has been teased before during the pandemic lockdown in 2020 and has been a heavily anticipated track. The song talks about men who are broke and weak and are pretty much useless.
Doja Cat is releasing her third studio album ‘Planet Her’ on June 25, 2021. Leading up to the album release, she has released two massive singles so far; “Kiss Me More” featuring SZA and “Need to Know.” The third and final single, titled “You Right” featuring The Weeknd, releases along with the album.
Doja Cat played “Ain’t Sh*t” during the pandemic lockdowns in 2020 live on her Instagram. The song has been a heavily requested song since because of its catchy lyrics and beat.
Listen to “Ain’t Sh*t” by Doja Cat
“Ain’t Sh*t” Lyrics Meaning and Song Review
The song talks about men who are useless. Doja Cat talks about men who don’t have a job so they crash up at your place. They don’t have money, so they cannot share the rent. Even worse so, they are so broke that they cannot even afford to buy them their food. So they snoop through Doja’s fridge diving into her food.
…come up in your crib
All up in your fridge, can’t pay rent
Doja Cat realizes that being in love does not have to make up for the fact that she has to take care of a broke man who known nothing about responsibilities. In the past, she may have chosen to put up with the BS of these guys to crash in her bed because she thought they had something going on. But all these stories almost have the same ending: the guys using her and leaving her.
So, no more.
In the two verses of the song, Doja Cat affirms that she is not getting back with these desperate men who latch on to her like leeches and live off of her. She will make better choices and most importantly, will listen to her friends. Because friends can see through these guys while she is blinded by romance.
Doja cat is furious at the fact that these guys have the audacity to cheat on her while eating off of her plate. She tells them that she is not going to be their mommy and definitely not going to be their hobby.
This is a very catchy song by Doja Cat and probably very relatable for some women out there. Let us know what you think about this song in the comments below. Check out the complete lyrics on Genius.