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Doja Cat has been left with an incorrect screen name on Twitter after changes to the site implemented by new billionaire owner Elon Musk.

The musical artist had changed her screen name to 'Christmas' on Twitter as the holiday season approaches but yesterday she realised that she is stuck with it.

New modifiactions to the popular social media website means the Doja Cat was unable to change her name back, which probably damages her promo ability on the site and makes her profile more difficult to find for her fans.

Under previous circumstances, name changes to a user's profile could be done quite simply without repurcussion.

As Elon Musk attempts to make more money from the social media platform following his takeover, which is reported to have cost him $44 billion, users will now lose their blue 'verification' check if they change their screen name.

The blue checkmark is used as a symbol on the site to indicate that a profile is the person they say they are.

It is mostly used in the cases of famous people who may otherwise be impersonated by someone else.

The Grammy winning female artist took to the platform to complain about the change in settings once she realised she could not change her screen name.

'why can't I change my name on here,' she tweeted on Thursday.

The successful singer then raged at Musk as she was unable to modify her profile name, before begging the site's new owner to allow her change her screen name back to Doja Cat.

'how do I change it also fuck you elon,' the rapper raged.

“I don’t wanna be Christmas forever @elonmusk please help I’ve made a mistake,” she then tweeted soon after.

Doja then turned to posting voice messages to voice her frustration with the website.

One clip featured Doja letting out a long sigh, presumably in frustration with the flack she was receiving from some users.

A second clip was then posted, where Doja turned on her critics as well as complained about the new settings on the site. One such introduction allows users to pay $8 a month for a Twitter Blue subscription.

“You guys are paying $8 a month to come on and go to war with people who are not in agreement with who your favorite pop star is?,' she said.

'You’re paying $8 a month to come on here to say s**t like bye?,' she added, 'Uhm you’re coming on here for $8 a month to post porn and then get into an argument?“

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