Katy Perry Blasts Apolitical Taylor Swift In Epic Vogue Magazine Interview

Katy Perry Blasts Apolitical Taylor Swift In Epic Vogue Magazine Interview
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Katy Perry apparently dissed Taylor Swift, her longtime nemesis, in the latest issue of Vogue magazine. Miss Perry and her new bold and edgy pixie cut grace the cover of Vogue's May issue in a bright red dress and matching coat.

Inside the fashion bible, the singer did not talk much about dresses, jewelry, and shoes. Perry was very present and vocal during the 2016 race - as a supporter of Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party's nominee for President of the United States.

She took on Donald Trump on social media especially after the infamous 2005 Acces Hollywood video with Billy Bush surfaced.

Perry gave Mrs. Clinton a gold POTUS nameplate necklace for her birthday and so much more.

Miss Perry attended numerous rallies for the former Secretary of State, and she performed at The 2016 Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,

As for Taylor Swift, it was like the election never occurred, she never commented on the scandal, and never asked her fans to go vote.

Swift's only political action consisted of taking a selfie on Election Day.

Talking to Vouge, Perry shared: “If you have a voice, use it. I don’t think you have to shout it from the rooftops, but I think you have to stand for something, and if you’re not standing for anything.”

On her apolitical confreres, she said: “You’re really just serving yourself, period, end of story. ‘California Gurls’ and fluffy stuff would be completely inauthentic to who I am now and what I’ve learned. I do believe we need a little escapism, but I think that it can’t all be that. If you have a voice you have a responsibility to use it now, more than ever.”

Many believed that Swift stayed silent because her supporters are from places like Tennessee, Alabama, and Texas - red states that support Trump.

After the election, Perry went on to release a politically-charged song called “Chained to the Rhythm.”

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  • Jim Rhodes
    Jim Rhodes Apr 19, 2017 11:25 PM PDT

    Really? Now, see, I thought this was the United States. If Katy Perry wanted to support Hillary Clinton, she has every right to do so. She has every right to campaign for whomever she chooses, and people have died defending that right. It wouldn't matter if Ms. Perry voted for Secretary Clinton because she liked her hair color. I am certain that is not the case here, but I will defend anyone's right to support any candidate they choose.

  • Kristian
    Kristian Apr 18, 2017 6:35 AM PDT

    I have more respect for Taylor for keeping her opinion to herself. Miss Perry could learn a little something from her. Miss Perry apparently didn't educate herself on her chosen candidate, she chose her candidate based on gender and that's about the dumbest reason I can think of to elect someone as leader of the free world. That would be like electing someone based on the color of their skin and we would never do that! (In case you don't recognize it, that last was sarcasm.)

  • deb
    deb Apr 18, 2017 12:03 AM PDT

    really...if these are true statements from Perry it's just laughable. she is an entertainer not a political analyst... college education? eh. why hold anything above Taylor Swift's head. she too is an entertainer, a young woman and just a girl who is living life. comparing net worth, moral values, delightful precociousness and ability to reach a wide range of fans...Katy can have Hillary...and her slew of non-committal boys. Taylor isn't earning a living via political opinion or sexual prowess. she can be a deplorable any day. ??❤

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