John Mayer is letting Katy Perry have the last word about their sex life. I pay very little of the price of fame now. I get to play the music that moves me the most. Or, this is ridiculous and John is just reminiscing about the time he was 32 and gave a train wreck interview to Playboy in Earlier this month, during a truth or dare-inspired chat session with James Corden on her Witness livestream event , Katy spilled the tea on how John, Diplo, and her most recent ex Orlando Bloom performed between the sheets. John previously talked about Katy in an interview with The New York Times in March when he was promoting his new album. That was my only relationship. United States. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories.
Phoenix's independent source of local news and culture. Music News. Sarah Ventre February 11, AM. We are used to celebrities saying stupid things in interviews. Sometimes, we are even forgiving. I mean, it's difficult for someone to be "on" all the time. Someone is gonna screw up something, some day. But what is to be said for John Mayer's string of asinine remarks? In addition to his recent cover story in Rolling Stone , Playboy did an extensive interview with him where he said, "My dick is sort of like a white supremacist.
John Mayer has apologised for using a racist epithet in a recent interview with Playboy magazine, after a number of prominent black musicians aired their disapproval. Mayer, 32, told an interviewer : "Someone asked me the other day, 'What does it feel like now to have a hood pass? His comments immediately drew confused and disappointed comments on Twitter , with fellow musician Talib Kweli writing: "John Mayer must love the taste of his own foot. Rapper Ice T tweeted: "Wow! That's sad because I liked that dude Well there go all his black fans and his hood pass Damn John!! Is that like you should wear one because you are in the KKK? Mayer is a multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter whose recent album, Battle Studies, went to number one in the US.
John Mayer has accomplished the impressive feat of making himself look like an even bigger douchebag than before. No, wait -- make that "an even bigger douchebag who also hates black women. So candid, in fact, that it seems like he thought because the interview was for a dirty magazine, his reckless ramblings would evade the mainstream media. It's like he forgot the Internet exists. At one point in the meandering conversation, he proclaims, "Black people love me. He continues: "Someone asked me the other day, 'What does it feel like now to have a hood pass?