Katy Perry Admits It Was “Hypocritical” to Dis Lady GaGa (VIDEO)

Katy Perry dissed a girl, but she sure doesn’t seem to like the repercussions.

The “I Kissed a Girl” songstress raised a lot of eyebrows last week when, shortly after Lady GaGa released her nuns-and-sex “Alejandro” video extravaganza, Perry took to her Twitter page to declare,

“Using blasphemy as entertainment is as cheap as telling a fart joke.”

Well, that didn’t seem to sit too well with GaGa’s legions of little monsters, and over the weekend Perry was offered the opportunity to clarify her position on France’s NRJ “Le 6/9″ program. Rest assured, she wasn’t talking about Lady GaGa—she was talking about Lady GaGa and a bunch of other people too!

Perry, who was raised in a deeply Christian household, explains,

“Everybody was assuming that I was directing it completely towards her, and if I was directing something, I would add their @…Lately I’ve just been seeing things that, in my own personal feelings, are not something that I would do.”

So who else doesn’t meet Katy Perry’s high moral standards? Well, Madonna, for one—and, shocker, her fiancé, potty-mouthed comedian Russell Brand. Oh, and herself. Perry acknowledges that her own “I Kissed a Girl” might appeal to the prurient interest she rails against, but don’t worry—she has an explanation:

“Sometimes I’m a very hypocritical person…[but] most of the time, spirituality and sexuality are two separate things, then when you decide to put them into the same subject, then it gets interesting for some people.”

Well, that clears that up, then! Check out Perry’s admission in the video below:

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