Katy Perry Shares Cryptic Message About 'True' Friends
By Elizabeth VanMetre
Katy Perry has left fans scratching their heads over who her latest Instagram snap is aimed at.
The 31-year-old singer shared a quote about "true" friends on Friday, quoting, "Chang-an writes, 'If one befriends another person but lacks the mercy to correct him, one is in fact his enemy.' The consequences of a grave offense are extremely difficult to erase. The most important thing is to continually strengthen our wish to benefit others.' —Nichiren."
Weaver responded to the tweet by replaying, “LOLOLOL SORRY NOT SORRY OLEASE OPEN UR EYES. THIS TWEET IS IGNORANT IF NOT FUNDED BYE.”
The "Octahate" singer then explained that her distaste for Perry came after an incident at the Coachella Festival last year, after Perry allegedly ignored Weaver, then said rude things within earshot.
"She proceeded to alert her entire posse saying 'That Ryn Weaver girl is soooo obsessed with me' loud enough for my entire group of friends to hear. While talking the WHOLE NIGHT loud enough for me to hear, after pretending I didn't even exist," Weaver reportedly wrote.
Weaver deleted the majority of the tweets, though she did leave a couple up, including one that read, "Only shared a real life industry bully story because people asked. I've met so many gracious artists. I don't go lie. Sorry."
Only shared a real life industry bully story because people asked. I've met so many gracious artists. I don't go lie. Sorry.