In a lengthy post to Instagram earlier this week, pop queen Katy Perry paid tribute to late friend and collaborator, Angelica Cob-Baehler, who died of cancer last week.
Perry, who signed with Sony’s Columbia Records at the start of her career, later backed out of the contract and it was Cob-Baehler who kick-started her career by “stealing” her files “from limbo at Columbia Records and brought them to life at Capitol Records,” wrote the singer.
“We had a lot of wins together for over 10 years, and I am incredibly grateful she was a born fighter/no s—taker,” she said, speaking to the relentless attitude of her friend.
“I watched her go through many stages for over a year, but a few things remained constant: her sarcastic/wicked sense of humor, her positive outlook, and the incredible love she had for her family,” she wrote about Cob-Baehler’s long battle with cancer.
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