Rapper Doja Cat, whose song “Boss Bitch” was just included in the film Birds of Prey, is currently crushing on Quinn. There was a new character introduced in the fourth season of Stranger Things that everyone was drooling over. Metalhead/D&D master Eddie Munson made friends with some of the returning students at Hawkins High School. Joseph Quinn, who played Eddie in the show, has had a meteoric rise as a result of his role. Stranger Things actor Noah Schnapp revealed this week that Doja Cat had requested him to match her up with Quinn.
Schnapp captioned the image, “thirsty doja,” with the hashtag. Two celebrities can be seen exchanging messages in this video. What can I do for you, Noah? Please tell Joseph to get in touch with me. Asked Doja Cat, the curious feline. “Wait, no, is there someone else in his life?” A chuckle was heard in Schnapp’s reply, “LMAOOO, slide into his DMs.
“Hopefully Doja Cat gave Schnapp permission to broadcast their private discussion, but Doja Cat has been open on Twitter about her obsession for Quinn. she tweeted when the first volume of the new season came out. You may see the tweet in question here:
As Quinn recently explained to Entertainment Tonight, the response to Eddie in the Stranger Things 4 finale has been “absolutely overwhelming. “This program has such devoted followers, and it’s heartwarming to see how they’ve made room in their hearts for a new character… It’s just so sweet. Throughout the entire process, they’ve been quite kind and accommodating. It’s beautiful.” When asked about D&D in an interview with The Guardian, Quinn confessed that while gaming wasn’t his thing, the metal music from that time period was.
“I did a few things, but I won’t pretend I accomplished a great deal. Even though I tried, I knew I couldn’t get into Dungeons & Dragons “Quinn was the first to speak up. “My main entry point was through music. In addition to heavy metal, I worked with Mary Howland, a vocal coach who was a huge influence on my career. However, 99.7% of the job isn’t yours “At the wig,” he says.
4 out of 5 stars for Stranger Things. David Harbor, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Natalia Dyer, Priah Ferguson, Brett Gelman, Robert Englund, and Winona Ryder all-star in the film.
Stranger Things’ fourth season, which includes all nine episodes, is now available to stream on Netflix.