Pop star Katy Perry and musician John Mayer have broken up for a third time, according to a report.
The music power couple has ended their on-again, off-again relationship, with Perry making the call in the past few days, a source told E! News
. The source didn't provide any other details.
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Mayer, 36, didn't accompany Perry on her recent trip to London and Milan.
The pair had more than a personal relationship, as they collaborated on the song "Who You Love," from Mayer's latest album, "Paradise Valley."
As recently as Feb. 19, People magazine reported that Perry had been spotted with a ring
on the appropriate finger, sparking engagement rumors. They also spent Valentine's Day together a private table in the VIP room at West Hollywood's Bootsy Bellows, People said.
The two first went public with their romance in the summer of 2012. They broke up briefly, then spent Christmas together that year. They broke up again in March, but reconciled.
Perry, who divorced British comedian Russell Brand in 2012, may have more brewing than relationship troubles. Her video for "Dark Horse" has been criticized by the Muslim community for displaying a "blasphemous" act, according to Al Bawaba
. Dressed as an Egyptian queen, Perry turns suitors into sand by striking them with lightning. One of the men wears a pendant that says "God" in Arabic, or "Allah," and both he and the pendant are burned.
A Change.org petition
has been started to request that YouTube remove the video.
"This is the reason for lodging the petition so that people from different walks of life, different religions and from different parts of the world, agree that the video promotes blasphemy, using the name of God in an irrelevant and distasteful manner would be considered inappropriate by any religion," the petition reads. "We hope that the video itself depicting such images is removed. Such acts are not condoned nor tolerated, we hope YouTube will remove the video."
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