After Chief Keef threatened to assault Katy Perry on Twitter for insulting his new song ‘I Hate Being Sober,’ the ‘Wide Awake’ singer apologized on her social media account. Do you think Katy should have had to apologize?
Katy Perry, 28, was hoping that Chief Keef, 17, would forgive her after she openly dissed his new song on Twitter. Even though Chief said that Katy could “Suck Skin Off Of my D**k,” and he’d “Smack The S**t out her” for hating on his song “I Hate Being Sober,” Katy still apologized.
Katy Perry Apologizes To Chief Keef — ‘I Hate Being Sober’ Diss Not Personal
Before Katy apologized, Chief Keef threatened to write a song about her. He tweeted, “New Song Katy Perry Coming Soon.”
Anyone who’s followed one of Taylor Swift’s relationships knows that having a song written about you can be very unfortunate. Clearly, Katy, one of Taylor’s BFFs, knew she needed to act fast to nip this feud in the bud.
Katy tweeted on May 24, “Mr. Keef! I’m sorry if I offended you. I heard a lot of people guesting on the song & didn’t even know it was you in particular. Actually…I’m a fan of your “Don’t Like” video tbh. I was really just having a general opinion on our generations desire to be constantly intoxicated. Believe me, I’m a lover not a hater. x.”
Chief Keef Accepts Katy Perry’s Apology
Chief has apparently accepted her apology because he tweeted, “I Get It Now Dont Worry 👋👍✌”
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think that Katy should have had to apologize?
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