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Stacy Diaz | 20 June, 2017, 02:12

Katy Perry just can't stop talking about her feud with Taylor Swift these days.

Taylor Swift has been keeping a pretty low profile lately, but has she re-emerged to throw a bit of well-timed shade at her forever rival, Katy Perry?

Online personality Tyler Oakley preferred to find a way to neutralize the situation.

According to the Taylor Nation Twitter, the gesture is "In celebration of 1989 selling over 10 Million Albums Worldwide and the RIAA's 100 Million Song Certification announcement".

As reported by Refinery 29, the "Swish Swish" singer spoke to NME about why she finally made a decision to speak out on her feud with T-Swift, which allegedly started over some backup dancers.

Swift's back catalogue hadn't appeared on Spotify, Google Play, and Amazon Music since 2014 when the singer removed it to defend artists' "absolute right to be paid for their work and protected from piracy". You can listen to Swift's entire music catalog on Spotify, and other streaming services at Midnight ET.

"I mean, I'm not Buddha - things irritate me", she said in the latest issue of NME. "Katy Perry spent 4 years on her new album but got overshadowed by all of Taylor Swift's old music being re-released", one person tweeted. Well it seems as if Taylor Swift has changed her mind as her music will be back to Spotify and other streaming services later this month. Swift's fifth and latest album, "1989" include popular hits like "Blank Space", "Shake It Off", and "Bad Blood". "It's all about karma", she said during the segment that aired last month.

At the height of her pop powers, Perry scored a record-breaking six United States number one singles from 2010's Teenage Dream album. Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls [their respective fan groups].