Police In The Philippines Are Using Katy Perry’s Music To Break Up Riots So Here Are Her Best ‘Bouncing GIFs’

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Katy Perry’s music is not good. You don’t need me to tell you that, you’re an intelligent individual and you are perfectly capable of discerning when music is shitty. We all know Katy Perry‘s music sucks gigantic musk ox balls, but today I learned that her music is so god awful that it’s actually being used right now by police in The Philippines to break up riots amongst APEC protestors. Below I’ve pulled the news about her music being used to disperse rioters and after that I’ve pulled together the best Katy Perry Bouncing GIFs. Why? Because we can’t discuss Katy Perry without discussing Katy Perry’s best bouncing GIFs. It’s not like she got famous off of making good music, right?

via khaleejtimes

Hundreds of left-wing protesters rallied outside a venue where US President Barack Obama and other leaders of the 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) group were meeting.
The rally edged towards violence when protesters tried to break through lines of police, who were carrying riot shields and wooden batons, to reach the summit venue.
Police responded by firing water cannons and scuffled with protesters who were chanting: “Junk APEC”.
Then police pulled out their secret weapon: pop princess Katy Perry on giant loudspeakers.
Perry’s hit song “Roar” was played at full volume, the top of a demonstration disco playlist aimed at distracting the protesters and drowning out their chants.
Dolly Parton’s “Islands in the stream”, David Guetta’s “Sexy bitch” and the Bee Gee’s “How deep is your love” were among the other songs deployed against the protesters.

CONFIRMED: Katy Perry’s ‘roar’ is so bad that it’s used by police to disperse angry protestors. Aaaaaand now for the Katy Perry Bouncing GIFs we discussed before:

And last but not least!

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