We know, it's a reach... but it totally happened.
Reading out a fans comment on her Live session, she said, "Oh someone says, 'I miss your old black hair.'"
Then, with a truckload of sarcasm, she tells the camera, "Ohhh, really? Do you miss Barack Obama as well? Oh, OK. Times change. Bye! See you guys later."
After some LOLs from a person behind her, she adds, "I should leave now. You're cut off."
U K HUN?
It was 11/10 awkward, and Twitter have officially cancelled Katy Perry.
Some fans even reminded Katy that Barack Obama had more Grammy's than her... burn.
Unfortunately, it's not the first time Katy has been accused of making racist comments.
Rapper Crash Override Mano tweeted that a few years ago Katy called him the N-word in Paris, and because of her recent Obama comments, this accusation has resurfaced.
New tweets show Crash Override Mano confirming that Katy called him and others the N-word, "and we asked her to stop a few times."
He continued, saying, "what's more amazing is. i tweeted that sh*t in 2013 & y'all ain't say'n sh*t about it until u catch the person red handed? who the bigger fool," and "no 1 cared that my feelings were hurt as a person. a famous caucasian person thought it was ok 2 say that word 2 me 2 relate with me."
Katy has even been accused of being one of the worst cultural appropriators in the music industry, from her music videos and social media use (most recently with the below post), we think it's time she takes a step back and listens to the people calling her out.