Katy Perry’s family is speaking out about her feud with Taylor Swift, and it sounds like they may have just confirmed that a Swift diss track is on its way.
Katy’s mom and dad weighed in on their daughter’s past drama with Taylor in a new interview with British fashion magazine Grazia, where they hinted that the twosome’s feud, which first hit the headlines back in 2014, is certainly not over yet.
According to Grazia, Katy’s parents, Mary and Keith Hudson, recently spoke out about Perry’s latest single “Rise” and dropped the biggest hint yet that Perry is preparing to hit back at Taylor and her scathing 2014 single “Bad Blood” after being asked about their feud.
“Katy released ‘Rise.’ It says, ‘My feet have been put to the fire but I will rise,’” Mary said of her daughter’s latest single, which serves as the theme song of NBC Sports’ coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. “That’s what she’s about right now.”
Katy’s dad then allegedly confirmed that there’s more to come from Katy’s when it comes to her past drama with Taylor, adding, “You know it ain’t over yet.”
While neither of Katy’s parents explicitly mentioned Swift or an impending diss track, Perry’s parent’s seriously candid remarks come after months of chatter suggesting that the “Firework” singer is preparing to take serious aim at Taylor on her coming album.
Radar Online recently reported that Perry is getting everything in place to slam Swift in a new song that she could potentially release as the lead single from her upcoming fifth studio album.
“Katy Perry has written a scathing response and intends to make it a single,” an insider close to Perry alleged to the site earlier this month, dishing the details on exactly what Katy’s song is all about.
The Perry insider claimed that the song “will reference some of the things she feels Taylor has done to play her peers against each other,” billing it as a direct response to Swift’s “Bad Blood.”
The reports came just days after Perry’s drama with Swift boiled over once again after Swift’s former boyfriend Calvin Harris claimed in a series of scathing tweets aimed at his ex that Taylor tried to “bury” Perry during their past feud.
“I know you’re off tour and you need someone new to try and bury like Katy ETC but I’m not that guy, sorry. I won’t allow it,” Harris tweeted out to Taylor after it was Swift confirmed to People via a spokesperson that she wrote Calvin’s latest hit “This Is What You Came For” under the pseudonym Nils Sjoberg.
Katy is yet to officially comment on reports speculating about whether or not she’ll soon be hitting back at Swift in song, though Hollywood Life also recently claimed that a Taylor diss track is on its way after Harris reignited their past feud with his social media remarks.
“Katy definitely had thoughts to squash their beef in light of all the bigger things happening in the world,” a source recently told the site of Katy’s alleged diss song, “but as the weeks have gone by and seeing what she is doing in this whole Calvin debacle has really lit the fire again.”
The report came just days after it was reported that Perry was “weighing up” her options when it came to releasing the supposed diss track.
“Katy has recorded response tracks about ‘Bad Blood’ and about Taylor Swift,” a source claimed but noted before Calvin’s Twitter spree that Perry wasn’t sure if releasing them would be a good idea.
“It certainly would help record sales and she would be happy to get the last word on everything,” the insider said, but added that Perry “also wants the petty bulls*** between them both to just end.”
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