I guess Rihanna doesn't really cherish her friendship with Katy Perry that much because she just majorly dissed the girl's music. Rihanna said of her new album Loud, "I didn't want the generic pop record that Ke$ha or Lady Gaga or Katy Perry would do. Every song was tailored to me." Sure, she dished it out to Ke$ha and Lady Gaga, too, but she also didn't just throw either of them a bachelorette party. Would it have been so hard to leave Perry out of that statement? I guess it's just another case of celebrity friendsults—celebs dissing their supposed buddies. [NY Daily News]
Unfortunately, Rihanna is in kind of good company with celebs serving up the insults.
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