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Darn it, Katy Perry! You copycat! You thief! Also, you hottie!

Editor’s Note: Portions of this article have been heavily influenced by Chicks on the Right producer, Rob Kendall.

A California jury determined on Monday that wayward Christian Katy Perry pop 2013 hit “Dark Horse” stole its beat from a 2009 Christian rap song, “Joyful Noise.”

Oh, Kate! You KNOW you’re not supposed to take things that don’t belong to you, but stealing music from the LORD? I’m no Biblical scholar, but I’m pretty sure He frowns upon that.

The case now goes to a penalty phase, according to Fox News, where the jury will decide how much the plaintiffs are owed for copyright infringement. After that, the Lord will pass his judgment. No one is 100{ba4334a74bbef6a44d90ac7188ef6678678830ac397ff08e8fd015d0f018178a} how severe the punishment from God will be; however, the word is He likes fire… a WHOLE LOT OF FIRE.

For Katy Perry defenders, fanboys, and fangirls who find themselves shocked and emotionally broken by the jury’s decision, have a listen to the incriminating evidence that took heathen Perry down:

Fun Fact: “Dark Horse” is described as a hybrid of pop, trap and hip-hop sounds that was the third single of Perry’s 2013 album “Prism,” spent four weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 in early 2014, and earned Perry a Grammy nomination.

Question from Editor Who Also Happens to be in His 40s: What the hell is ‘Trap’?

The Chicks on the Right break down additional details (sort of) in the clip below.