Pop singer Ariana Grande may have the singer whose concert was attacked in England yesterday, but that hasn’t stopped other teeny-bopper bimbos from chiming in on what to do next.
It is no secret that a vast majority of female pop singers are adamant opponents of President Donald Trump, thanks to their insatiable need for attention. During the election of 2016, and these first 100+ days of Trump’s presidency, any time that a camera or microphone is placed near one of these saucy starlets, we are sure to be fed a canned line disparaging the President or any one of his policies. Some of these pop princesses were even on Hillary Clinton’s payroll during her doomed attempt to reach the Oval Office, pulling in massive paychecks for their “support” of the democratic demagogue.
Now, in the wake of a horrific terror attack that killed 22 and injured 59 more at an Ariana Grande concert in England, fellow pop star Katy Perry has taken it upon herself to interject an opinion into the conversation. In typical Perry fashion, however, she tragically misses the point and blindly states what she believes what her liberal fanbase wants to hear.
“Pop megastar Katy Perry made an impassioned plea for people to ‘co-exist’ and said that ‘barriers’ or ‘borders’ could detract from that goal in an interview following the terrorist bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, U.K. on Monday night that claimed the lives of at least 22 people and injured dozens of others.
“In an interview Tuesday on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, the ‘Chained to the Rhythm’ singer suggested that people ‘unite’ following the tragedy, which occurred as young fans and their parents were leaving the 21,000-seat arena at around 10:35 p.m. local time.“’Whatever we say behind people’s backs, the Internet can be a little bit ruthless as far as fan bases go but I think that the greatest thing we can do is just unite and love on each other,’ Perry said, adding, ‘No barriers, no borders, we all just need to co-exist.’”