Katy Perry Dragged Off Stage After Having Breakdown
Looks like things haven't been smooth sailing for Katy Perry.
While performing on stage, she was dragged off by security. Perry was in the middle of singing her hit "I Kissed A Girl" when she announced that she wasn't feeling well. In the video, it looks like Perry tried to find a way off stage after making that announcement, but eventually collapsed to the floor.
According to Neonniettle, Perry has been accused of using illuminati symbols throughout her music career. They said, "Katy Perry has often been accused of using Illuminati symbolism and brainwashing techniques through her music and videos, which some of her songs even reciting Satanic verses when played in reverse."
Perry has suffered from moments where she felt like she wanted to end her life. When talking to Billboard about her 2013 hit "By The Grace of God," she said, "That song is evident of how tough it really was at a certain point. I asked myself, 'Do I want to endure? Should I continue living? All the songs are real-life moments."
Perry has been live streaming herself on YouTube to promote her latest LP, Witness, which released on Friday. According to E News, she has been streaming herself at meetings, yoga classes and even herself sleeping. She recently met with Siri Sat Nam Singh, a licensed therapist to talk about suicidal thoughts. She said, "I feel ashamed that I would have those thoughts, feel that low and that depressed. You can be right or you can be loved. I just want to be loved."
Katy Perry performed at the One Love Manchester to pay tribute to the victims. She performed her two hits "Roar" and "Part of Me." The singer who wore a dress that had pictures of the Manchester victims, encouraged the audience not to be silent. She said, "It's awful, and whatever you can do to help, you should. And if you can't do anything that's fine, but what you should do is not let them win. I'm going to sing this next song for them. They can never take that part from us ever. Ever. Can we have a moment of silence before we start? Let's do this."
Until then, feel better Katy.