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24 May 2013, 12:37
The 'Teenage Dream' singer was threatened by the rapper after she criticised the message of his new song.
Katy Perry has apologised to rapper Chief Keef in the wake of his response to her comments about his new song 'Hate Being Sober'.
The 'Part Of Me' singer tweeted fans earlier this week (21st May) to say she has "serious doubt for the world" after hearing the title and lyrics of the song, a post that was later retweeted by UK singer Jessie J.
Katy's comments led the US rapper to post a string of angry messages in response, suggesting he wants to "smack the s**t out of her" for her words.
However, the 'Wide Awake' star has since apologised for her remarks and suggest she does like the song itself.
"Mr Keef! I'm sorry if I offended you," Katy tweeted yesterday (23rd May). "I heard a lot of people guesting on the song & didn't even know it was you in particular.
"Actually… I'm a fan of your 'Don't Like' video tbh," she explained. "I was really just having a general opinion on our generation's desire to be constantly intoxicated.
"Believe me, I'm a lover not a hater. x," Katy added.
Check out a picture of Katy Perry at an event to promote The Great Gatsby this month below (Credit: Getty):
Katy Perry is currently working on her third studio album, the follow-up to 2010's 'Teenage Dream', which is expected to see release later this year.