Katy Perry and Taylor Swift feud escalates with THIS shock move

It's worth noting that Swift's music has been available on Apple Music since 2015, a huge deal for the streaming service which was still in its embryonic form at the time. Now her musics on Spotify. coincidentally the same day as Katy Perry drop Witness.

Katy Perry said she only started talking about her feud with Taylor Swift last month because she felt "safe".

But for now, all eyes will be on the charts because Katy Perry and Taylor Swift's fans will press play on both of their music. Valuable things should be paid for. "Things irritate me. I wish that I could turn the other cheek every single time, but I'm also not a pushover, you know?"

Taylor pulled her music from streaming apps in 2014 because she believed they didn't value her art.

This just in: Taylor Swift is making every one of her albums available on all music streaming services tonight at midnight. While Taylor has been busy snuggling up to a new guy and looking at some real estate across the pond, Katy has been spilling all the tea about her fallout from the "Style" singer - to literally anyone who will listen.

"I can't speak for [Max], but he didn't know [who "Bad Blood" was about]", Perry tells NME. The album included the song "Bad Blood", which is widely interpreted to be about her feud with Perry.

Taylor Swift may sing about "never ever ever getting back together" when it comes to ex-boyfriends, but lucky for fans, she's willing to make nice with streaming sites again. The following year she announced she would withhold "1989" from Apple Music because of its policy of not paying artists and rights holders for music streamed during a three-month free trial period. Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls [her fans]. A month later, the singer chose to pull out the rest of her work from all streaming services.

  • Salvatore Jensen