Katy Perry is being canceled on social networks after fans realized that it mentions the serial criminal Jeffrey Dahmer in your success DarkHorse.
“She eats your heart out like Jeffrey Dahmer,” says Perry, referring to Dahmer’s cannibalism, popularly known for his atrocities such as the Milwaukee Cannibal either Milwaukee monster.
the line of the song raised speculation and even outrage among netizens and fans who have immersed themselves in the Dahmer issue in recent days.
And it is said that Katy tried to romanticize the killer including it in the song that talks about the conquest of a woman described as Aphrodite at the beginning.
The stanza where Dahmer is mentioned is sung by the rapper Juicy Jwho collaborated with Katy on the album’s single prism.
DarkHorse; where Katy Perry talks about Jeffrey Dahmer
Uh, she’s a beast
I call her Karma (come back)
She eat your heart out like Jeffrey Dahmer (Whoa!)
Try not to cheat on her (mm)
Shawty’s heart was on steroids
Because his love was so strong
The song is one of the most successful and played by Katy Perry on various streaming services, including Youtube where it had records that the official music video was the most viewed when it debuted in 2014.
Me capturing after 9 years because they said that Katy Perry’s dark horse was about cannibalism and was diabolical pic.twitter.com/vQRRav3uLu
— m (@avrilpnks) September 27, 2022
Who is Jeffrey Dhamer?
Dahmer resurfaced as trend in recent weeks after his new documentary series premiered Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story on Netflix, chronicling the murders he committed, as well as sexual assaults and how he devoured each victim between 1978 and 1991.
Dahmer was a serial criminal who lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who killed 17 men and boys.
Although he was born in Milwaukee, he moved at the age of six to Akron, Ohio along with their parents. It is believed that her childhood was marked by her mother’s struggle with depression, constant moving, and her father’s work.
His problems with alcohol began when he was in high school, at the same time he was accepting his sexuality as gay and when he developed sexual fantasies linked to cannibalism and dissection.
His chemist father may have had a bearing on these fantasies from casual scientific conversations with Jeffrey after work.
His first victim was a man named Steve Hicks who he picked up on the freeway; Dahmer had just graduated from high school.
Over the next decade, Dahmer had serious drinking problems that caused him to move and drop out of Ohio University and the United States Army.
The amount of murders they increased in the late 1980s when he killed his second victim and was followed by a streak of 15 more murders in four years.
One of his possible victims managed to escape his kidnapping and reported him to the police. According to investigations, the criminal’s house was found with human parts and images of victims.
why isn’t anyone calling out Katy Perry for allowing such a vile & terrible lyric to be included in one of her hit songs? Jeffrey was a notorious serial killer & Katy CHOSE to romanticize his criminal & inhumane actions of him. I actually feel sick to my stomach. She NEEDS to apologize. pic.twitter.com/vIFmI0MNPL
— j (@dullspiderwebs) September 26, 2022
It was in 1992 that Jeffrey was found guilty on 16 counts, all sentenced to life in prison; for the first murder he was not charged because he said he did not remember anything about that case.
Following sentencing, Dahmer was transferred to Columbia Correctional Facility in Portage, Wisconsin. On November 28, 1994, he was assassinated by a fellow prisoner, identified as Christopher Scarve, causing head and body injuries.
Although he arrived at the hospital alive, Jeffrey died an hour later due to gravity.
Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
Netflix revived Dahmer’s story with documentary series Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Storystarring Evan Petersfamous for acting in American Horror Story Y X Men.
Since it premiered on September 21, 2021, the series has remained in the top 10 of the most watched content.
The platform has not been the only one to launch content about The Milwaukee Butcher; For years books have been released, and shows and movies have been made telling the horrifying story of the cannibal.