Friday, March 7, 2014

Katy Perry's 'kiss diss' evokes Miley Cyrus Twitter slam

There probably won't be any canoodling going on between these two, at least for a while. After Katy Perry's remarks about their "Bangerz" tour kiss hit the media, Cyrus responded Thursday on Twitter, and wasn't kind to the "I Kissed a Girl" singer.

The kiss took place at a Bangerz tour event late last month in Los Angeles. Cyrus was in the middle of "Adore You" when she bent down to give Perry, who had walked up to the stage, a kiss. Perry reported that Cyrus thought their relationship was deeper than Perry believed.
I just walked up to her to give her like a friendly girly kiss, you know, as girls do, and then she like tried to move her head and go deeper and I pulled away.

God knows where that tongue has been. We don't know! That tongue is so infamous!
In response, Cyrus tweeted:
Girl if ur worried abt where tongues have been good thing ur ex boo is ur EX BOO cause we ALL know where THAT (tongue) been.
Most would consider that a hurtful comment, as it obviously references Perry's ex, John Mayer.

It's possible the two will make up, if they talk privately. A source told HollywoodLife that Perry's supposed kiss diss was all tongue-in-cheek, though not tongue-in-mouth.
Katy didn’t think what she said about Miley’s kiss was rude or anything. At least, she didn’t intend for it to come out that way when she did the Australian TV interview. She says it was just a joke.

Katy doesn’t want to fight with Miley and thinks the whole thing is silly.
Meanwhile, another source said that Cyrus was offended by the comment, which is why the tweet was so harsh (and not a joke).
Miley thought it was really uncool of Katy to talk about their kiss like it was such a gross thing. It’s not like Katy is some innocent angel. Miley is just like, "Why are you insulting me?" She doesn’t understand why Katy felt the need to put her down when she was on Australian TV.
There isn't a tweet in response to Cyrus' on Perry's Twitter feed, at least not yet.

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