When Katy Perry left the 90’s for the 80s and into the new millennium, she was hailed as a star.
She became the pop sensation, and a modern pop icon, to boot.
Perry was the biggest pop star of her generation, a success that she never stopped achieving.
She had two hit singles, “Gimme Danger” and “One More Time,” that made her one of the biggest artists of the era, and she released a third album, “Roar,” in 2002.
It sold over a million copies, and the song that helped it sell so well was “Roam.”
But when Perry returned to the 90ies, she seemed to have lost her cool.
She’d dropped out of high school, and her popularity was declining.
She was in rehab, and by the end of her rehab stint, her fans were saying that they didn’t want to see her anymore.
She was smoking pot.
So, on April 25, 2013, she and her publicist canceled her rehab for good.
Perry had been smoking pot for several years, and in some ways, it was a sign that she was finally getting her act together.
But she’d also become an internet sensation, thanks to the internet.
“You know what the internet is for?” asked Perry, in her book “Born This Way.”
“It’s the internet that makes people happy.”
A few years before, she had been making music videos with the tag line, “You are what you do.”
Now, she just didn’t seem to be that happy.
She didn’t have the social skills or the creativity.
She seemed to be stuck in the past.
The internet had made her a star and the internet had given her a platform to be a star, and that was enough for many people to give her a second chance.
But Perry’s comeback was in the making.
As her fans on Twitter and Facebook flocked to her, she decided to come clean and admit to her past.
She started smoking weed again, and it wasn’t easy to come out.
Perry explained, “I’m so ashamed of my past.
It was such a horrible thing to do.
I was a child that was abused, a kid that was sexually abused.
It’s just a horrible experience that I have to live with.”
But she was also clear about her next step: “It just makes me realize that I am the best person that I could be, and I have so much more to give.
I don’t know how to be the best that I can be.
I’m so thankful for everything that the internet has given me.”
In her book, “Born this Way,” Perry said that her drug addiction wasn’t the first time she’d been a victim of abuse.
In high school and college, she’d often felt like a loser, she said, and when she found herself in a situation where she needed to act out, it felt like someone was trying to hurt her.
“That’s how I felt when I was 16 years old, and this is when I started to experience it.”
But by then, she started using marijuana.
“I’ve always been a strong person.
I used to feel like I was worthless, and now, I know that that’s not the case,” she said.
“Now, I have a better understanding of myself and my strengths.
It just helps me realize what’s really important.”
For the past year, Perry has been living with a woman who’s been abusing her.
And she knows that she’s not alone.
“There’s a lot of women out there who have experienced it, and we’re just trying to find the strength to get through it and move forward,” she wrote in her memoir.
“For me, that means taking care of myself, getting help for myself, and being a role model for other women who are struggling with their substance abuse.”
She went on to say, “And to the women who feel like they’ve been abused, I say this: Thank you for being brave.
Because, as much as we might be scared to go in and say, ‘I can’t do this,’ you have to go through it.
You have to see it, you have it with you.”
The drug abuse of one of America’s most iconic stars is not a new phenomenon.
But there are some major differences between Perry and some of the other celebrity drug users.
While others may have been abusing alcohol or drugs before they joined the public eye, there’s little evidence that these celebrities were taking the drugs themselves.
While many stars use cocaine or heroin, it’s not common.
Perry has said that she started to use marijuana because she felt she needed it to control her emotions.
While some of her fans may be looking for answers, others are looking for relief.
Some have even gone so far as to create a website that tracks the numbers of