Now we’ve got bad blood! Singer-songwriter Ryn Weaver went on a Twitter rant on Wednesday, February 17, claiming she was bullied by Katy Perry and even comparing the pop star to the infamously cruel Mean Girls character Regina George.

Weaver first took aim at the “Roar” songstress, 31, after Perry tweeted a message supportive of Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.

“LOLOLOL SORRY NOT SORRY OLEASE [sic] OPEN UR EYES,” Weaver, 23, wrote in a since-deleted tweet, adding a link to a video titled “Hillary Clinton Lying for 13 Minutes Straight." “THIS TWEET IS IGNORANT IF NOT FUNDED BYE”

She added: “No offense @katyperry but considering how much of a bully you were to me... I hope u don’t mind my mindful disagreement w ur $$ endorsement.”

In a slew of additional now-deleted tweets, Weaver detailed Perry’s alleged bullying during a Drake concert.

“Anytime I spoke she started turning her head around pretending she heard something, then said 'dos [sic] u hear something?'” Weaver explained. “While staring at me..Anytime I spoke.. After we were already friends.. Did this the entire night... Then came w us to drake and stared at me the WHOLE SHOW.”

“Then any time I caught her eye out of my periphery. She proceeded to alert her entire posse saying ‘that ryn weaver girl is soooo obsessed with me,” Weaver tweeted.

After Perry’s ever-loyal KatyCats fired back at Weaver’s story, she was quick to shut them down, insisting that she was “personally victimized by Regina George.”

Perry has yet to respond to Weaver’s allegations. 

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