Katy Perry Urges Her 108M Followers to Vote Early in Bizarre Video - WATCH
Singer tries same trick she did with Hillary Clinton in 2016
Liberal pop star Katy Perry told her 108 million followers to vote early on Twitter and urged them to post their “after vote glow” to her timeline.
“Do it for the sticker — and democracy,” Perry said.
“ONLY ONE WEEK TIL ELECTION DAY! VOTE NOW!!! SHOW ME YOUR AFTER VOTE ✨GLOW✨ AND I’LL GIVE IT A ❤️LIKE❤️ OR RT!” tweeted Perry on Tuesday.
“DO IT FOR THE STICKER (AND DEMOCRACY ♀️)” added the I Kissed A Girl singer.
ONLY ONE WEEK TIL ELECTION DAY! 🗳VOTE NOW!!! 🗳 SHOW ME YOUR AFTER VOTE ✨GLOW✨ AND I’LL GIVE IT A ❤️LIKE❤️ OR RT! DO IT FOR THE STICKER (AND DEMOCRACY 💁🏼♀️) pic.twitter.com/FwRRp3TnfC— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) October 27, 2020
“THE #TUESDAYTRUTH IS IF YOU DONT VOTE WE CANT PROMISE WE’LL GET BACK TO POSTING THIRST PICS/FUN VIDEOS/SELLING YOU SHIT AND DONT YOU WANT THAT BACK ON UR FEED? I DO,” added Perry in a follow-up tweet.
“RECLAIM YOUR INBOX AND YOUR SCROLL! LOL. VOTE!” added the singer.
THE #TUESDAYTRUTH IS IF YOU DONT VOTE WE CANT PROMISE WE’LL GET BACK TO POSTING 🤤THIRST PICS/FUN VIDEOS/SELLING YOU SHIT AND DONT YOU WANT THAT BACK ON UR FEED? I DO 😩😩😩 RECLAIM YOUR INBOX AND YOUR SCROLL! LOL. VOTE! 🗳 pic.twitter.com/HVcoSjKGNJ— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) October 28, 2020
The singer added images with claims that “in 2016 only half of 18-29-year-olds voted,” urging “all” young people to vote in the 2020 election.
Perry supported Hillary Clinton in 2016, appearing alongside her at campaign events in the hopes of grabbing young votes, which ultimately failed.
But the singer is at it again, trying to get young people to the ballot box.
Perry was recently featured in Jane Fonda’s Get Out the Vote exercise video, where the singer was seen pumping her breast.
“Get pumped to vote,” said Perry in the video as she pumps her breast.
Earlier this year, Perry joined the Black-Eyed Peas and Ne-Yo to team up for the left-wing "Rock the Vote" campaign calling for young people to fight “systemic racism” and “white supremacy” by casting their votes in November.
The online voter registration drive called Democracy Summer 2020 was hosted by Actresses Rosario Dawson and Logan Browning and featured appearances from leading Democratic politicians.
One of Rock, the Vote's partners, included Michelle Obama’s "When We All Vote," which also aims to drive young people to the ballot box in November.
As Neon Nettle reported in April, "When We All Vote" also pushes to expand vote-by-mail options.