Katy Perry Denies Lady Gaga Twitter Diss. Katy Perry wasn’t talking about Lady Gaga when she Tweeted about blasphemy. The “California Gurls” singer even claims that she is a “massive fan” of the “Poker Face” hitmaker.
The alleged Katy and Gaga feud started last week when Perry wrote on Twitter: “Using blasphemy as entertainment is as cheap as a comedian telling a fart joke.” The post was widely assumed to be about Gaga’s “Alejandro” music video, wherein she uses religious imagery liberally. But Katy, who, like Gaga, was raised as a Christian, claims that the post was not directed at Gaga and was “more of a non-specific, general thing. But everybody made it out to be a cat fight,” she told EW. “I think people love cat fights. It’s a turn on for people.” It doesn’t mean, though, that she’s fine with anyone with blasphemous behavior. Just the other day, boyfriend Russell Brand got a taste of her fury when he made fun of her faith. She continued to our source, “The other day he was yelling out the window. He said something a bit off color, kind of blasphemous about the Lord Jesus Christ, and I smacked him for it. It’s just kind of deeply rooted inside of me, and hard to get away from.”
Lady GaGa had a reporter at a press conference in Germany thrown out by security on Monday when a local journalist questioned the pop star about rumors she is a hermaphrodite. (In biological context, a hermaphrodite is an organism that has both male and female reproductive organs). Internet footage of the singer onstage earlier this year sparked fresh debate as to whether or not the hitmaker had both female and male reproductive organs, because a bulge could clearly be seen. GaGa has since slammed the rumors as “ridiculous,” but the controversy is refusing to go away, and she was put on the spot by a interviewer during the Berlin press launch of her new range of headphones. When asked by German TV personality Collien Fernandes if she had a penis, Gaga snarled, “My vagina is offended by this question,” before security pounced on the woman and escorted her from the IFA electronics trade show. Fernandes is dumbfounded by her harsh treatment and insists she did nothing wrong. She says, “I don’t really understand the fuss. It’s obvious someone would ask her this question after the picture was all over the news.” Lady GaGa’s Heartbeats line of jewel-shaped earphones was launched in collaboration with hip-hop super-producer Dr. Dre and Monster electronics.