Lorry Hill Gets Legal Help after Doja Cat Plastic Surgery Drama
Lorry Hill is a content creator on YouTube, and her channel focuses on discussions about celebrity plastic surgeries.
Hill is not a plastic surgeon and has claimed in her YouTube bio that she gets most of her information through a private network of friends and associates who share their wisdom and knowledge with her.
According to her, the goal of her channel is not only to inform the viewers about the best plastic surgery procedures but also to share some cautionary tales.
Doja Cat Responds to Lorry Hill's Plastic Surgery Video
On February 25, 2022, Doja hopped on Instagram Live to air out the YouTuber, who had made a video speculating that the singer had gotten her body augmented.
The video Doja referred to was titled, 'Doja Cat Looks Different Than Before: Here's Why?'
It had garnered almost 200k views before Hill deleted it.
The 'Woman' singer was visibly upset as she started the stream and expressed her shock over the video.
Doja Cat Instagram Live calling out Lorry Hill and her plastic surgery claims (Source: Honda CR-V Touring Guy!/YouTube)
"That's what this is about. It's about plastic surgery and Lorry Hill talking about people's bodies and people's surgery. [Hill] made a plastic surgery video on Megan Thee Stallion," said the singer.
She defended Megan and then started cursing and swearing at Hill and insulted her, saying she needed to get work done as she "sat in her chair" and talked about other girls.
Doja denied having work done and claimed that Hill was spouting "lies" about the singer getting rhinoplasty.
She added she looked different in pictures from 2014 because she had no money and was "depending on boyfriends" to buy her food.
Lorry Hill Addresses the Issue and Gets Legal Help
Doja's Instagram live was screen recorded and reshared, which eventually caught the YouTuber's attention.
She deleted her video about the singer and updated her followers through Instagram stories.
Hill shared she removed the video even though she didn't have to, and neither did Doja ask her to.
The Youtuber clarified it was not her intention to hurt any celebrities, and Doja was clearly hurt.
But after her apology, on March 8, she updated her followers again on YouTube, claiming that she would not be deleting any more videos unless a lawsuit was filed.
She explained that she only deleted the video because Doja Cat appeared distressed by her content, not because she felt her statements were inaccurate.
Hill noted that she had so many disclaimers and was using the correct language that her lawyer assured her there was nothing wrong with her video.
"I am not here to make friends with celebrities. I will be much more tempered with any removal of videos moving forward. My lawyer has advised me only to consider video removal if actual legal action is started against me (cease and desist)," said the YouTuber.