Katy Perry and Kesha get slammed for Jeffrey Dahmer references in songs amid 'Monster' release on Netflix
Added 09-27-22 01:11:01pm EST - “Katy Perry and Kesha are both being scrutinized online for their references to serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in their songs. Some people find it distasteful, while others came to their defense.” - Foxnews.com
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Although serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is long deceased, his name has caused a buzz again in the news, this time in conjunction with pop stars Katy Perry and Kesha.
In the wake of "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story" being released just under a week ago on Netflix, climbing to the top spot on the streaming service, fans are critical of two songs, sung by Perry and Kesha, that made crude references to the cannibalistic acts of Dahmer.
Perry's song "Dark Horse," featuring Juicy J, was released in 2013, while Kesha's "Cannibal" debuted in 2010.
Both Katy Perry and Kesha are under fire for lyrics referencing Jeffrey Dahmer in old songs they have released. (Steve Granitz/Curt Borgwardt/Theo Wargo)
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