The singer inadvertently criticised Beyoncé and Shakira earlier this week while visiting the Radio 1 Live Lounge in support of her new single 'Part of Me'.
Speaking about a potential collaboration with Rihanna, Perry explained that she didn't want to rush the project as she wanted it to be iconic, unlike Beyoncé and Shakira's hit 'Beautiful Liar'.
She said: "I was telling her, you know the Eurythmics song featuring Aretha Franklin, 'Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves'? That's like the kind of song which I'd like to do, rather than 'Beautiful Liar'.
"Although that is still a great song... I loved that but I definitely want to do something which is iconic."
Perry criticised the press for reporting the quotes and taking them out of context.
She tweeted: "F**k all y'all (press) dat thinks I dissed anyone, puhlez, u havin a slow news day or what?! Get a life, cuz it's not mine! #hoodratcominout."
The popstar performed a rendition of Jay-Z and Kanye West's latest single 'Ni**as In Paris' while visiting the Maida Vale studios in London on Monday (March 19).
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Watch the music video for Katy Perry's 'Part of Me' below: