Katy Perry Dragged off Stage as Monarch Mind Control Meltdown Goes Viral

Footage has emerged of Katy Perry collapsing and being dragged off stage after an incoherent rant, as insiders warn she is set to be the latest Mk-Ultra controlled Victim to suffer a public meltdown.

[ynw] During a live performance of her early hit I Kissed A Girl, Katy Perry’s eyes rolled back in her head and she began making strange, guttural grunting noises before she collapsed and was dragged off stage by a member of her security team.

A different video released this week also went viral on social media after the pop star revealed signs of typical Monarch mind control split personality, explaining that she cut off her hair so she “doesn’t look like Katy Perry anymore

During the interview, Perry, whose real name is Katheryn Hudson, breaks down in tears while describing the internal conflict between her Katy Perry and Katheryn Hudson personas.

Watch the video below:

According to Vice, Monarch mind control, a practice widely used by the Walt Disney Corporation and Teen Nick to monetise and sexualise young starlets.

Supposedly developed in its current form by the C.l.A. to subdue American citizens, Monarch mind control is being used by the Hollywood industrial complex to micro-manage child stars. The Monarch mind control victims are called kittens and the executives and managers that control them are known as handlers.

The handlers take a precocious kitten, such as an All That era Amanda Bynes, and subject her to mental and sexual abuse until her personality fractures and separates like a Horcrux, making her unquestioning and compliant.

The handlers then conclude the abuse with a weird Adams Family Values summer camp punishment, where the kitten watches The Wizard of Oz over and over again till submitting to her handlers gives her true happiness.

After she turns 18, the handlers repeat these steps to transform her from a manageable performer into a highly profitable object of fantasy.

Usually – and rather shockingly – this goes off without a hitch. But in some cases, the young performer can’t stand the confusing transition from tween star to men’s magazine cover girl and starts to malfunction like the robot she has essentially become.

This, of course, resembles the 2007 meltdown of Britney Spears.