Katy Perry Claims No One Ever Asked Her Side of the T Swift story
Katy Perry doesn’t have a lot to talk about these days that people care about.
She’s not dating anyone, her singles aren’t doing well on the charts, and her new album Witness, which leaked, is allegedly bad.
But she does have one thing left: Taylor Swift.
So Katy is unearthing new revelations about their years-long feud during every publicity opportunity she can get, which explains why she told NME that until she got in the car with James Cordon, nobody had EVER asked her to explain her side of the Taylor Swift feud.
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In an as-of-yet unpublished interview with British Magazine NME, Katy Perry explained why she chose Carpool Karaoke as the ideal time to finally detail her feud with Taylor.
She could have said, “because Carpool Karaoke is one of the most popular and viral video content around and I want people to be talking about me as much as possible before I release my album so people will be more inclined to buy it.” Instead, she said this:
“Well, James Corden makes me and the whole world feel very safe. No one has asked me about my side of the story, and there are three sides to every story: one, two, and the truth.”
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First of all, there’s no way no one had never asked Katy what her side of the story was. Journalists have likely been asking her this ever since “Bad Blood” came out, it’s just that until now, Katy refused to comment on it. Or if journalists didn’t ask, it could have been because her publicist told them it was off limits.
Second of all, is she implying what she told us isn’t even the truth? Just her side?
Then, she went on to say, “I mean, I’m not Buddha — things irritate me. I wish that I could turn the other cheek every single time, but I’m also not a pushover, you know? Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls [her fans]. That’s so messed up!”
Perhaps the biggest revelation from this is that Katy Perry is not Buddha. I don’t know about you, but I always assumed she was.
Also, did you clock the subtle shade towards Taylor Swift’s fan demographic? In the actual quote, Katy referred to her fans as “little girls,” and the reporter had to clarify that what Katy meant by that was that Taylor’s fans are all little girls. Which implies that everybody who’s grown knows better.
TBH that’s pretty inaccurate, Taylor’s fandom spans multiple generations. Bt hey, Katy’s not trying to get her facts straight, she’s just trying to sell records.
Will it work?
Her new album Witness comes out in one day, so we won’t have to wait long to find out.
Good luck, Katy.
From the looks of things, you’ll need it.
[H/T Elite Daily]