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Katy Perry to Lady Gaga: 'Claws Out, Paws Up!'

Katy Perry to Lady Gaga: 'Claws Out, Paws Up!'

Katy Perry has finally broken her silence after her new single “Roar” was released to the radio earlier today!

The 28-year-old singer jokingly tweeted to Lady Gaga, “@ladygaga what a WILD weekend so far… claws out, paws up! Looking forward to puttin my hands up & making them touch too! 👏👏👏.”

Katy was responding to Gaga‘s tweet, “Wanna grab some shovels and f–k up some hackers? @katyperry excited to hear your ROAR, sorry to hear about your truck!”

Katy‘s song “Roar” leaked on the internet that day while a snippet of Gaga‘s “Applause” made its way online.

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  • Not your friend

    Go back to ur caves ladies, cuz nobody cares…

  • Simon

    Pop stars usually sing about equality and love, which is ironic since their fans usually pick fights with each other over “who is the best.”

  • eee

    Haha! How good is Katie. I guess celebs need to speak sometimes too

  • James

    Oh please. These so called “leaks” are all orchestrated by the singers themselves to get attention. If people were really hacking into Katy Perry’s and Lady Gaga’s computers then we would have seen some naked pictures or something.

  • Claws Out, Paws Up!

    @Not your friend:

    Nobody cares? NOBODY=? I guess that’s the main reason why you’re posting comments about it, right?

  • go go

    both of them should shut their ugly traps and just put out songs, that’s all I ever need and want from these 2 posers

  • Adriana

    At least they’re nicer to each other than the fans are. Those little monsters can be quite the lynch mob.

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