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China Does What America Can’t — Ban Katy Perry From The Country

(Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 10: Singer Katy Perry arrives at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

The Victoria’s Secret Fashion show is successfully wrapped up, and China was able to keep Katy Perry from entering its borders.

Perry’s reason for getting banned is pretty simple. She performed in Taiwan in 2015, and waived a flag in support for China’s neighbor. Those two countries don’t get along, and that’s all it took for Perry to get the boot.

First things first. Katy Perry is the absolute worst. She is a talentless singer who isn’t as good as the bubble gum on Taylor Swift’s shoes even on her best day of the year. She is awful at everything when it comes to entertainment.

Don’t believe me? Take a gander at her Instagram or a couple music videos, and you’ll immediately know I’m telling the truth.

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Just awful. Somehow China managed to do what I wished America would have done years ago.

Now, I’m a little biased because I’m driving the Taylor Swift fan train, and those two have the most lopsided feud in the history music. Swift dropped all her music on Spotify the same day Perry released a new album. If that’s not soul crushing, I don’t know what is.

There has to be some reason the United States government can find to show her the exit doors. Generally speaking, I’m not for kicking people out of America. But I’m more than willing to make an exception for Perry. She’s earned it.

America is a place for winners. There is no place for cry babies and whiners. That’s not the spirit that beat the Nazis.

China might be a communist nation, but they finally got something figured out. Props to the Chinese government for doing something the United States should have done a long time ago.

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