Katy Perry Gives Teenage Boy On ‘American Idol’ #MeToo Moment – VIDEO

The two-night season opener of “American Idol” kicked off over the weekend. During this, Katy Perry thought it was a good idea to give a teenage boy his #MeToo moment.

While on “American Idol,” 19-year-old Benjamin Glaze was hoping he would have his big moment singing a song he wrote himself, “Stadium.” Instead, the moment he made the headlines with happened before he even took the stage when he was kissed on the mouth by Katy Perry.

Per Daily Wire:

“I was a tad bit uncomfortable,” Glaze, who had never been kissed before, told the Times. “I wanted to save it for my first relationship. I wanted it to be special.”

“Would I have done it if she said, ‘Would you kiss me?’ No, I would have said no,” Glaze continued. “I know a lot of guys would be like, ‘Heck yeah!’ But for me, I was raised in a conservative family, and I was uncomfortable immediately. I wanted my first kiss to be special.”

After revealing that he had never been kissed, Perry told him to come to her, which he did. He agreed to give her a quick kiss on the cheek, which he did. Perry complained and told him to try it again. When he went in to give her another peck on the cheek, she suddenly turned her head and kissed him on the lips. Glaze immediately ducked down and backed away in surprise and obvious embarrassment, as the panel shared a laugh. The shocked Glaze, mouth agape and eyes wide, eventually joined in.

Watch the video:

Katy Perry Gives Teenage Boy #MeToo Moment

The mainstream media will make a mockery of this poor boy. Kudos to him for standing up for his beliefs and making it known he is not happy how this went down. The left will rip him for his “old-fashioned” values and talk about how he should be thrilled to be kissed by that slut.

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