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28 April 2017, 11:11 | Updated: 28 April 2017, 11:14
Fans are not happy.
Katy Perry has released her highly-anticipated new single ‘Bon Appétit’ featuring group-of-the-moment Migos.
Co-written by Max Martin, Shellback, Oscar Holter and Ferras Alqaisi, Katy Perry uses a range of food analogies to refer to her lover’s appetite on the upbeat track.
“Got me spread like a buffet / Bon appétit, baby,” she sings.
Meanwhile, Migos add their own unique style to the track, rapping about sweet potato pie, carrots and doughnuts.
“Sweet tooth, no tooth fairy / Whip cream, no dairy,” raps Offset.
Katy Perry’s new collaboration will appear on her upcoming album and follows-up her recent single ‘Chained To The Rhythm’.
However the singer is currently facing backlash over the single, as she has collaborated with Migos – who have made comments that have been interpreted as homophobic in the past.
Migos later cleared up their comments on Twitter.
But some fans, who view Perry as a gay rights activist, are not impressed.
Katy: activist woke gay rights icon— E•HOE•TION (@wh0rex) April 28, 2017
Twitter: aren't Migos homophobes?
I want to be shook by Katy Perry collabing with a homophobe. Yet I'm not. Didn't she recently claim to have prayed the gay away? Stupid girl— Mikey (@MikeyMeirWright) April 27, 2017
yo @katyperry change your bio to "artist. activist. concious. accepts lgbt award and supports homophobia."— Niels (@NielsDelRey) April 27, 2017
Reason 363718 why I hate Katy Perry: She claims to love the gays yet featured an openly homophobic rapper on her new single— Lee Munro (@_leemunro) April 27, 2017