Yep, the ‘Roar’ singer has DENIED having anything today with that ’1984′ song that appeared online earlier this week, with her managers saying the story is “completely false.”
ICYMI, it was reported that the 30-year-old had registered a new song called ’1984′ with BMI, with The Mirror claiming she was going to let the music do the talking.
It didn’t take the internet long to speculate that the song would hit back at Swifty, 25, and ‘Bad Blood’, which was allegedly written about their feud, since Katy had seemingly named the song after her birth year, just like TayTay did with ’1989′.
Oh holy macaroni, this could get messy.
Well, at least it could’ve done, if Katy Perry’s managers hadn’t totally denied it all.
A rep for the singer at Universal told Billboard: “Katy Perry’s managers at Direct Management Group confirm that this story is completely false.
“Katy Perry was not involved in writing, singing, recording or registering this song.”
The singer herself retweeted the link on her personal Twitter account.
Patrick Collier, one of the song’s alleged co-writers, also posted a now-deleted MazSight about the song, captioning it: “news to me.”
So there you go. Nothing to see here, folks.
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