“Using blasphemy as entertainment is as cheap as a comedian telling a fart joke.”
This is an odd comment coming from an artist whose career essentially began with a song about female bi-curiosity. Granted, the Bible never explicitly condemns lesbian behavior. But given the Bible’s stance on male homosexuality, divorce, cross-dressing, being a rape victim, and women who don’t leave society when they’re on their period, it’s safe to assume the writers of the Bible would not have been fans of a girl going on about how much they liked making out with other girls.
So it’s hard to take any religious appeals from Perry very seriously. It’s like she’s hot and she’s cold. She’s yes and she’s no. She’s up and she’s down. Which is it, Katy?
Of course this tweet seems to be obviously related to Lady Gaga’s latest video for the song Alejandro, which features a great deal of Catholic imagery and has incited attacks by the Catholic League aka Bill Donohue.
Of course, many Christians have attack Katy Perry as well for her ode to bi-curiosity.
It’s also worth pointing out that Perry’s comment is additionally odd given that most great comedians are prone to the occasional fart jokes.