Katy Perry has so much going on in her amazing life that Taylor Swift isn’t one of her 99 problems although some broken hearts never mend.
The “Fireworks” singer has been silent over her quarrels with best friend Swift, and now she says karma will have its way.
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For the first time, Kat spoke about her feud with Swift, insisting that the Grammy-winner started it all.
It started in 2012 when Swift’s ex-lover John Mayer swift his attention pretty Kat — something that was seen as the height of betrayal. But it wasn’t about a lost love and critics thought about the Bon Appetite singer, or so we thought.
The media never even got to know about their bickering until 2014.
Swift was angered after losing three dancers who were set to play big roles for her tour. And her bosom friend was blamed for the disappointment — something that’s bound to happen when one just suffered betrayal from trusted ones.
The heartbroken 27-year-old singer quickly released a revenge song “Bad Blood” in 2014. It was clearly about the pains of broken relationships even though both friends kept mute over the lyrics.
When asked if there’ll ever be a collaboration between them, Kat said last September that such can only happen if she [Swift] tenders an apology.
Speaking on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Katy opened up on their feud, saying: “That’s true, there is a situation. Honestly, it’s really like she started it and it’s time for her to finish it.”
The larger-than-life pop star said she made efforts to reach out to her friend for peace, but was turned down on many occasions.
“She wouldn’t speak to me,” the California-born music idol said. “I do the right thing anytime that it feels like a fumble.
“It was a full shut down and then she writes a song about me and I’m like ‘OK, cool, cool, cool. That’s how you wanna deal with it?'” she asked in anger.
She admitted to James that she’ll give peace a chance despite all she has endured from an unrepentant Swift.
“What I wanna say is that I’m ready for that B.S. (b***s**t) to be done,” she adds.
“Now, there is the law of cause and effect. You do something and there’s going to be a reaction. And trust me daddy, there’s going to be a reaction. It’s all about karma…”
The 32-year-old who was just confirmed as an American Idol judge, will be smiling to the bank with a $25 million pay check from ABC executives, the event’s sponsor.
A source told TMZ that “Katy had all the leverage. If ABC ended up announcing the show without a judge, they’d be screwed.”
“You’re so gay,” she gasped in the erotic song, “you don’t even like boys…”
The hard punchlines from I Kissed A Girl includes: “I kissed a girl and I liked it,
the taste of her cherry chapstick. I kissed a girl just to try it, I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it. It felt so wrong, it felt so right…”
Katy’s Witness: The Tour is currently on sale. She will perform at different locations in the US and Canada between 9 July to 5 February, 2018.
Fans have been urged to order for tickets on time and get a copy of the album which is scheduled to go on sale 9 July, 2017.