Katy Perry’s New Song Empowers Women To Have Food Sex or Something

Katy Perry loves food. She’s made this abundantly clear in the past when she turned her boobs into cupcakes

And her nipples into whip cream shooters.

But maybe we didn’t know just how much she loved food until her new song “Bon Appetit” featuring Migos came out.

Like any Katy Perry track, it’s not really about what you think it’s about. It’s about sex. Every single Katy Perry track ever made is about sex. This one isn’t very subtle about it either.

‘Cause I’m all that you want, boy
All that you can have, boy
Got me spread like a buffet
Bon appétit, baby

Those are the opening lines. Perry makes it known right off the bat that this song isn’t about eating food, it’s about eating her.

Looks like you’ve been starving
You’ve got those hungry eyes
You could use some sugar
‘Cause your levels ain’t right

At least she’s appealing to the diabetic demographic.

So you want some more
Well I’m open 24
Wanna keep you satisfied
Customer’s always right

Remember those Katy Perry songs that encourage independence and female empowerment? Me either.

Migos jumps in and delivers a half-assed verse filled with weak ad-libs and more food references.

I grab her legs and now divide, aight
Make her do a donut when she ride, aight

Sweet tooth, no tooth fairy
Whipped cream, no dairy

Don’t pay attention to the lyrics, though. The song is catchy and you can dance to the beat. That’s all that really matters.

Fans aren’t even upset that the song is just one big sexual innuendo that makes women whores.

They’re more upset that the track features Migos, who recently came under criticism for these comments:

All are wildly different MCs, illustrating the “diversity” that Quavo says is one of the things he most loves about Atlanta. And so I’m surprised by Migos’ reaction when I mention iLoveMakonnen, the local MC who just came out as gay on Twitter. “Damn, Makonnen!” Quavo bellows after an awkward interlude. I mention support I saw online for Makonnen’s decision. “They supported him?” Quavo asks, raising an eyebrow. “That’s because the world is fucked up,” says Offset. “This world is not right,” Takeoff says. “We ain’t saying it’s nothing wrong with the gays,” says Quavo. But he suggests that Makonnen’s sexuality undermines his credibility, given the fact that “he first came out talking about trapping and selling Molly, doing all that.”

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m gonna go listen to “Green Light” by Lorde for the millionth time.

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