KATY PERRY TEACHES BASIC BITCHES HOW IT’S DONE
The California Girl is on a roll and no one can stop her
People wrote her off and said she wouldn’t have a hit song after “Teenage Dream.” But the “California Gurls” singer knows damn well what she’s doing. She came back ROARing, riding her DARK HORSE straight to the top of the charts. And now, I wouldn’t be surprised if she reaches it again.
Katy Perry’s video for THIS IS HOW WE DO has everything you expect from a popstar: it’s colorful, it’s fun, it’s sexy, and it’s cool. And the song itself is the perfect tune for a pool party in this hot summer! Check it out:
I personally like this video better than “Dark Horse” which, by the way, is the most watched video of the year so far (and poor Lady Gaga is nowhere to be seen):
Lady Gaga can scream as loud as she wants that she’s the biggest popstar in the world, her moronic, retarded fans can say she’s the queen as much as they want, but the bottom-line is: Katy Perry is slaying Lady Gaga in every possible way (and she doesn’t even need to beg her fans to buy her music or watch her videos on VEVO).
Speaking of Gaga, her ears must be burning. Katy Perry is on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, and she had something very interesting to say about Lady Gaga and her desperate ways to bond with her fans:
I’m not, like, a crazy ‘I’m gonna die for my fans’ type. Some people are so dramatic about it, and you’re like, ‘Honestly, you’re not the Second Coming. You’re just an entertainer!’… I’m very grateful for fans’ support, but I’m not thirsty or desperate.
And she’s right. Miss Perry is definitely NOT desperate. She doesn’t create drama with her fans, she doesn’t incite her fans into bullying other singers or their fan bases. She doesn’t pretend to love them more than her own life. Yet, as Rolling Stone magazine put it: "She is the most consistent hitmaker of the last half-decade or so.” So she’s doing it right! Her relationship with her fans is natural and genuine, and her success is a reflection of that.
Very different from Lady Gaga, the one who acts like she’s a goddess to her fans. The one who pretends to be their messiah, and their martyr. And that’s the irony of it all, the one who has artificially forged and over-the-top relationship with her fans is the one who’s spent half of her career away from the no. 1 position (Gaga’s been around for six years, but her last no. 1 hit was three years ago).
Not surprisingly, the gorgeous Katy Perry talks about the Queen of Pop:
You have to really prove that you’re an authentic person, and you can be trusted, to be in a circle of friends with her [Madonna]. Which I totally understand. You have to really guard your heart when you’re on this kind of level. You can’t just have weirdos around you, strange people that want to suck your blood. Because everybody wants to be on your d*ck, you know? So you have to be very very ‘What are your motives? Why are you here? What do you want from me?’
She totally nailed it. And that could be the explanation as to why Madonna and Gaga aren’t close. Madonna helped promote Gaga in the beginning of her career, she went to her show and made an appearance with her on SNL. But something went sour between them. And who’s the drama queen that, to this day, keeps talking about Madonna (and her fans) on Twitter every time something goes wrong? Miss Stefani Germanotta, of course!
Watch Katy Perry’s new video and let me know what you think of it!
Lady Gaga fans are REALLY PRESSED by Katy Perry’s success.
The THIS IS HOW WE DO video hasn’t been out not even 24 hours, and Gaga fans are already accusing Perry (ignorantly) of copying Lady Gaga (and Beyonce, and other people).
Let’s take a look at their nonsense and make the necessary corrections (you know how we love to educate these little morons):
Little monsters are saying Katy Perry copied Gaga’s hair. Every time I see this, I hear a voice saying “Hello, basic bitches!" in the background. When I look back, it’s Madonna, coming straight from the mid-90s with a similar hairdo. Similar (not the same), since Katy Perry’s hairdo was inspired by the 60s.
I don’t even mean it as a diss on Beyonce. But it’s a fact, her COUNTDOWN video was entirely inspired by other people’s works - mainly Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and the 60s. We have no problem with that.
Katy Perry, however, wasn’t copying Beyonce, she did a colorful video that, in part, was inspired by the 60s. Perry’s haircut isn’t even close to Beyonce’s in that video: Katy’s hair is asymmetrical. Beyonce’s not. There’s no comparison here.
Need we say anything about this? Little monsters accusing Katy Perry of copying Gaga for sitting on a chair shaped like a hand? Seriously?
Ha! Little monsters are getting so desperate with Lady Gaga’s demise in comparison with other people’s success, it’s become funny to watch them squeal.