Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry at The 57th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
It’s true …
If you’re a normal person, then you probably didn’t know there’s a massive online community that believes Katy Perry is a leading figure in the Illuminati’s agenda to determine the course of history, control world leaders, manipulate the economy, and promote Satanism. But there definitely is such a community, and they have been raging for years as Perry has allegedly brandished one satanic and/or Illuminati symbol after another in her lyrics and music videos. For millions of people, she is a brainwashed puppet of the elite who sold her soul to the devil and is now being used to control the minds of the masses.
We don’t mean people think she metaphorically “sold her soul to the devil,” in the way that people say you “sold your soul” by getting a job in investment banking, but actually gave her soul to the devil in return for a successful music career because she said it once in an interview.
Since then, these groups have been very busy pointing out Illuminati symbols in her work, especially digging into her Egyptian-themed “Dark Horse” music video and the allegedly pagan “Roar,” which feature things like the all-seeing eye, pyramids, demons, and enchanted stones. This is another addition to Perry’s storied past of corrupting the youth to bend to her agenda, like that time she convinced the population of the United States of America to exclusively buy Cherry Chapstick, which everyone knows as Satan’s preferred flavor of Chapstick.
OK, I’ll sign up.
Despite her huge artistic and financial successes, singer Katy Perry feels a bit stiffed in the schooling department:
It turns out that Perry dropped out of high school during her freshman year. If this is what dropping out gets you, she’s not exactly a poster child for dropout prevention. But that’s not how she sees it.
“I’ve learned to educate myself at this stage and how to continue my education at any age,” she said. “I’m going on 30 and I’m still very thirsty for information. On tour, we go to different museums and get to soak up all kinds of different cultural experiences.”
So why did Katy end up coming up short in the education department when she was younger? A lot of it had to do with her parents’ work as church-planting pastors. They moved around a lot, and it took a toll on Katy’s schooling.
“I was being pulled out of school even in the middle of school and sometimes being home-schooled. Sometimes we were sent to these really half-Christian, half-education, I-don’t-know-what-they-were schools,” she explained.