Los Angeles: Singer Katy Perry has teased her fans with a project — possibly new track — including lyrics borrowed from the language used in protests against US President Donald Trump.
Perry took to Instagram to share a 11-second clip of her singing the track, reports aceshowbiz.com. The short clip features Perry's voice with no music.
In the clip, Perry sings: "I won't, no, I won't apologise. I will not, will not subscribe. Don't ask me, ask me to normalise."
Since then, Perry's fans have assumed that her upcoming single might be an anti-Trump track since she borrowed lines that were used to criticise Trump during last year's presidential campaign.
Perry supported Trump's opponent Hillary Clinton in the election.
Perry criticised Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May's close political relationship while performing at the 2017 BRIT Awards.
The 'Roar' singer depicted the two politicians as two huge skeletons which she brought onstage.to.
Published Date: Mar 02, 2017 06:11 pm | Updated Date: Mar 02, 2017 06:11 pm