Katy Perry Apologizes On Twitter After Chief Keef Threats Over Song Hate Being Sober

Katy Perry’s Three Step Program To Get Chief Keef Off Her Case Worked A Treat

Katy Perry has apologized to Chief Keef after he sent the singer a series of threatening tweets in response to her criticism of his song “Hate Being Sober.”

The 17-year-old rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, took serious offence to tweets Perry had sent earlier this week about Keef’s latest release.

On Tuesday, May 21, the 28-year-old pop singer tweeted:

“Just heard a new song on the radio called ‘I hate being sober’ I now have serious doubt for the world.”

Perry ‘s tweet was subsequently retweeted by UK singer Jessie J.

A few days after Perry’s dismissal of his rap opus, Keef hit back with a series of strongly worded tweets to the “Part of Me” singer.

The first of these delights read:

” Dat b***h Katy Perry Can S**k Skin Off Of my D**ck.”

This was immediately followed by a straight up threat that promised:

“Ill Smack The S**t out her.”

But it seems it was the thought of Keef putting militant words, a vague melody and a soul-crushing beat to a, “New Song Katy Perry Coming Soon,” that finally convinced Perry it might be best to have a quiet word.

The lady’s response was a masterclass in “Three Easy Steps To Making A Raving Rapper Forget You Exist.”

Step 1:

Step 2:

Step 3:

Judging from the majority of the online commenters tracking the feud between Keef and Perry, some expressed disappointment that she caved. But then, it wasn’t them in the firing line.

And it appears to have done the trick. Keef, who is no stranger to social media run-ins with other big names, jubilantly retweeted Perry’s messages and seems to have move on from their feud.

Relative peace reigns on celeb-Twitterville once more. Until the next time, of course.

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