Katy Perry Tells Media To ‘Stop Looking For A Story’

Singer's onstage remarks in L.A. were interpreted as comments on breakup with Travis McCoy.

[artist id="1962774"]Katy Perry[/artist] insists that, despite what appeared to be public comments about her recent breakup with [artist id="1904930"]Gym Class Heroes[/artist] frontman Travis McCoy, there is no story here, and (ahem) media outlets should stop trying to blow her comments out of proportion.

“I don’t give statements about my personal life,” she blogged on her site. “The stories [I] read about the things I say introducing some of my songs are merely to explain the forthcoming song. I enjoy being myself on stage and that’s what you expect of me.”

On Monday night during an acoustic set in Los Angeles, Perry made comments like “When you break up with someone, you move on,” according to People magazine. “You don’t really want to move on … but you have to because they don’t give you any choice,” she added before declaring, “But I’m over it!”

In Tuesday’s blog post, she wrote that since splitting with McCoy, people are finding new reasons to comment on things she claims she says all the time in concert. “I have made many of the same introductions before … just lately everyone’s dissecting my every word. Understandable,” she blogged. “When I wanna share something with the world, the world will know … otherwise, stop looking for a story, or an explanation.”

In a previous blog post on Monday, Perry shared with everyone that she was feeling “very melancholy. The usual,” adding, “Mostly just a pity party I suppose. We all throw them… no one ever comes though, especially mine!”