She wears vacuum sealed, rib busting dresses which fills up her cleavage quicker than the Titanic and sings songs about getting drunk and kissing members of the same sex and liking it, while never forgetting her strong Christian roots and maintaining a cheesy, candy esque appeal for her tween audience which nets her millions.
Recently though the walking contradiction, who’s music was once described as ‘lez ploitational’, that is Katy Perry fired a rather harsh and poorly worded shot across the bow of the media this week through Twitter, claiming that their collective criticisms about product placement in music videos by current pop stars, ( in particular the Avril Lavigne abomination here & more recently the Britney Spears video here), was completely out of order and that they were demonic scum for doing so…or words to that effect.
British pop culture website Holy Moly have taken umbrage over Perry’s remarks and have returned fire with a biting, brilliant and all together deadly reply which you can thoroughly enjoy reading over on their website.
Why can’t these
wannabe pornstars pop stars sing nice songs about their old dog, or their favourite bike, or birthday cakes, or flowers, or their kind elderly neighbour, or their local sports club, anything than another f@cking song about lesbian sex, one night stands, threesomes, or their never ending addiction to coitus.