Glad that one's cleared up.
Katy Perry insists she didn't slam Beyonce or her music in a recent interview.
"F*ck all y'all . . . dat thinks I dissed anyone, puhlez," Perry, 27 Tweeted on Wednesday. "Get a life, cuz it's not mine! #hoodratcominout. If ya ears are filled with wax it's time to get a cleanse boo. Anywayz . . . (steps off box)."
The confusion arose after the "Part of Me" singer referenced "Beautiful Liar," Beyonce's 2007 duet with Shakira when speaking of a not-yet-recorded collaboration with her BFF Rihanna.
"I want [my Rihanna duet" to be like that Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin song 'Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves,'" she told BBC Radio of a classic female empowerment tune from 1985. "Not 'Beautiful Liar.'"
She added: "How disappointed would you be if [our] song came out and it's no good?"