In 2017, Katy Perry released a video for “Bon Appetit” a song that, on the surface, seems like a pretty standard pop song about doin’ it. However, the visuals that accompany Perry’s lyrics tell a different story - they provide definitive proof that Katy Perry is a cannibal. The rumors about Katy Perry’s lust for human flesh have been churning in the gossip sheets for years, but now the truth about Katy Perry is finally out in the open and it’s very gross and very complicated.
Is Katy Perry a cannibal? Wasn’t she singing about having a kooky Friday night just a few years ago? What would prompt the filming of this creepy Katy Perry music video outing her as a cannibal to her fans? Much like the machinations at play behind Lady Gaga, there’s something more happening here than what’s being presented. Together, we’ll slide down the surface of things and attempt to unfurl the dense web of subliminal triggers and subtext in “Bon Appetit.”
Katy Came Out As A Cannibal On French Radio
In an alleged 2017 interview with a French radio station, Perry gushed about the taste of human meat and the parties where the elite gather to discuss the machinations of Western society while enjoying the roasted flesh of their underlings. Is there a better place to announce to the world that you love to dine on human flesh than the culinary capital of the world?
Perry allegedly told the show's host, "So many people in Hollywood tell you that human meat is the best, the absolute best, meat in the world.” It's also been claimed that she said flesh "tastes like pork" and that cannibalism has “gotten a bad rap” due to “squeamish Christians and their hypocritical virtues and morals." Even though no one has been able to track down the interview, this does sound like something that a new, fiery, initiate into an elite cannibal cult would say.
The Hollywood Meat Party Is Real
In the alleged French radio interview that blew the Katy Perry cannibalism scandal wide open, she doesn't just talk about how much she likes to munch on human flesh, she's also very open about the secret Hollywood parties where human beings are killed and eaten. She explains: "There is a group of old Hollywood guys who have an annual dinner party where the main dish is human. Every guest is allowed to bring a plus one. A few years ago, when I was new in town, I got invited by a good friend."
In case you think the cannibal feast is a humorless affair, Perry assures the listeners that the secretive elite group has some fun with their cannibalism. "The featured dish was what they called Foie Humaine. You guys should appreciate that, being French. It’s a pun on foie gras, get it? But instead of force-feeding a duck and then eating it’s liver, this was the liver of a human who had force-fed themselves on junk food.”
It's great that she's so excited about being considered a member of the cultural elite, but this seems like something that should be treated with a minute amount of secrecy. Although if you're going to spill the beans about your Hollywood cannibal parties and don't want anyone to pay attention, you should do it in a French radio interview.
Perry May Have Been Drawing Inspiration From The Cannibal Cop
Many eagle-eyed viewers of the "Bon Appetit" video noticed how similar the visuals of her preparation were to the evidence presented against Gilberto Valle, better known as the Cannibal Cop. It's important to note that while Valle did spend 21 months in jail after being convicted for conspiracy to kidnap several women and for having unauthorized access of a government database, he never actually ate anyone. However, he did write about his cannibal fantasies at length. During his case it was revealed that he discussed killing and eating women at length under the pseudonym "girlmeathunter." His Google search terms included: "how to hogtie a girl."
What is Perry trying to say about Valle? Is this a secret admission that she too thinks about what it would be like to be a "girlmeathunter?" Does the act of being consumed so appeal to her that she's worked it into her musical work? If so, people are beginning to notice.
So I just saw Katy Perry's Bon Appetit video. It reminded me of the evidence submitted in the Cannibal cop court case.— Piccola stella���� (@Sixcheeks30) August 20, 2017
The Bon Appetit Video Was An Attempt To Appeal To The Vore Community
Katy Perry is nothing if not a canny businessperson. She keeps her eye on any and all emerging trends that can infiltrate teenage dreams and help her buy whatever convent strikes her fancy. It's not beyond the scope of belief that Perry would have her finger on the pulse of burgeoning adult trends, and in the case of "Bon Appetit," many viewers have theorized that the singer is courting fans of the dark horse erotic genre "vore."
Vore, for all the normies out there, plays on the sexual desire to be swallowed whole. Some vore fans like to watch things be swallowed, some like to imagine that they're being swallowed. Cannibalism certainly plays a part in this erotic exploration so what could be more enticing than a pop star releasing a video where she's both the feast and the diner?
DO YOU THINK KATY PERRY MADE BON APPETIT FOR THE VORE AND CANNIBAL FANDOM?— eddie (@HlGHOFFHELlUM) May 18, 2017