Taylor Swift might’ve just took the biggest subliminal shot at Katy Perry in their on-going feud. On the day the “Bon Appetit” singer dropped her new album Witness, her bad blood archenemy pulled a fast one and made all of her music available on streaming services including Spotify. Coincidence?
Taylor pulled her music from streaming apps in 2014 because she believed they didn’t value her art. So why did she put her entire discography back up randomly three years later on the day the artist she’s been beefing with drops a project?
Swift shared a message on Instagram saying the reason behind the release is “in celebration of 1989 selling over 10 Million Albums Worldwide and the RIAA’s 100 Million Song Certification announcement.” Well, even though she said what she said, most people think this is retaliation for Perry’s latest sort-of diss record “Swish Swish.”
People on Twitter are currently caught in between celebrating the release and pointing out the peak pettiness.
taylor swift puts her discography back on spotify and discounts all her albums on katy perry's album release day pic.twitter.com/8io7TPjnni
— judgmental gay (@jdgmntlgay) June 9, 2017
Taylor: makes a big deal not putting her music on Spotify
Swifties: a woke queen
Taylor: puts her discography on Spotify sabotaging Katy pic.twitter.com/MnAyTwtHTe
— Jerry (@lotbfenty93) June 9, 2017
Katy Perry: Here's my new album, stream it on Spotif-
Taylor Swift: Here's my ENTIRE album catalog on Spotify pic.twitter.com/fvUezTj71V
— Aitor Galisteo (@MrGalisteo) June 9, 2017
Taylor : here's my entire discography on spotify
Me : pic.twitter.com/tb8rcmIyUT
— anu (@shadesofslaylor) June 9, 2017
— Sebastian, Dunhil A. (@dunhilsbstn) June 9, 2017
This one person has an entirely different take on the whole thing.
*Katy Perry drops a new album & Taylor Swift puts her music back up on Spotify & other streaming sites*
— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) June 9, 2017
See Taylor Swift relationship timeline broken down by VH1 in the video below.