Katy Perry has just released her highly anticipated (cannibalism ritual) music video for Bon Appétit ft. Migos.
The music is great, right down to the pop culture roots. The main issue is that the music video is close enough to promoting cannibalism for mainstream consumption.
Cannibalism is promoted throughout the video, with the many references and rituals performed. This is unacceptable and disgusting!
To start with, Katy Perry sports an extremely long blonde wig throughout the music video, until the very end, where she looks like the old version of Miley Cyrus, with short hair.
In Bon Appétit, Katy Perry gets baked in baking powder, by several men. Bon Appétit provides a spirit-cooking feel, disguised in subliminal messaging.
Many Katy Perry fans have come in droves to defend Bon Appétit – as a statement against sexist men, who threat women as chopped beef. You be the judge!
From here, Katy Perry gets placed on a movable table and the several men put carrots and other vegetables on top of her.
Here we have a low fat diet provided by Katy Perry. Cook your women with carrots!
Katy Perry is then eaten and killed in the Bon Appétit music video; therefore, you have the short hair version towards the end.
The ritual concludes in the Bon Appétit music video, from this point.
Spirit Cooking plays a large roll throughout the music video in the form of cannibalism for the masses.
The director, the actors and the singer Katy Perry knew the meaning behind the video, and it is seriously problematic.
As a matter of fact, Lady Gaga has been to Spirit Cooking exhibitions by Marina Abramović but in recent months as tried to steer away from the darkness.
There is not a lot left to the imagination, but Katy Perry went down the wrong path, at this point in her successful music career.
Bon Appétit including Spirit Cooking and Cannibalism are not themes to be promoted as trendy and cool.