Beyond Ridiculous? Katy Perry Talks to BLM About Cultural Appropriation


Katy Perry is a beautiful and talented celebrity but we weren’t aware that she’s also easily manipulated by the far-left. She means well but she’s doing the opposite. She’s dividing people.

She livestreamed a long interview this past weekend with leftist radical DeRay McKesson, a leader of Black Lives Matter, in which she’s confessing all her cultural appropriation sins. She says she has good friends who tell her why she can’t wear a kimono or put her hair in braids.

She’s didn’t realize the power in black people’s hair or how she can’t represent Japanese women by dressing as a Japanese woman.

In 2013, at the American Music Awards, she said she was sorry for doing a performance dressed in a kimono.

What she never realized is that she didn’t check her white privilege, she said.

She’s a feminist too, yes sir.

Perry admitted that she once denied she was a “feminist.”

Oh the horror!

Apparently she ate a watermelon in a This is How We Do video, appropriating black culture allegedly.

“I didn’t know that I did it wrong until I heard people saying that I did it wrong,” she said. “It takes someone to say, out of compassion, out of love, ‘Hey, this is what the origin is.’”

Of condescension and arrogance, just sayin’.

“I didn’t know what that word meant,” said Perry. “Someone pulled me aside in a quiet space, and didn’t shame me, didn’t judge me, my friend Shannon, she just said, ‘Sweetheart, I love you, and I just want to show you what the Webster’s definition in the dictionary says about what it is to be a feminist, and it’s just equality.’”

How does this unite people?

Being sensitive to one’s feelings shouldn’t extend to every aspect of other cultures while everyone can appropriate the culture of Western Europeans whom they obviously hold in contempt, should it?

Copying another’s culture in a positive way is a compliment and brings people together.

DeRay McKesson thinks dogs are racist too!



  1. Katy Perry’s example is why you do not let your plumber or your favorite entertainer be your guide for what you believe in this life

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