Katy Perry Diss Song ‘Crocodile Tears’ For Taylor Swift To Help In Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ Sales
It’s payback time! Katy Perry’s diss song “Crocodile Tears” is dedicated to her former friend, Taylor Swift. But, what’s more shocking was the “Bad Blood” singer’s response! Find out her reaction below.
The war isn’t over for this two queens as they once again bumped to each other with recent song releases.
It was reported that Swift’s “Bad Blood” was dedicated to dissed Perry. In return, the “Dark Horse” singer decided to take over the ongoing feud between her and Swift as she is now prep up to release her newest song that will diss her nemesis until the she blows her mind! But, it seems like Swift doesn’t care at all!
HollywoodLife reported that Swift is handling the “diss” song very calmly, she did not even flinched when the news tapped different social media sites.
According to reports, the 25-year-old “Shake It Off” singer was not close to being mentally worried about the 30-year-old Perry’s new song. In fact, fans were shocked on how she reacted to the news—Swifties and Katy Cats did not it coming!
Based on reports, Perry has to teamed up with Swift’s ex-boyfriend, Diplo on the new track “Crocodile Tears.” However, Swift has been deaf about it, it doesn’t matter what her frenemy do.
A source revealed that Swift isn’t worried about Perry’s song. In fact, she thinks that the latter’s move will just make her sales for her song “Bad Blood” increase even more—it will certainly be a big help to draw more attention and money to the controversial song!
The source also added that Swift thinks people will side to her since she released a song about their public feud first, and that she’s the first who was scorned.
“She’s super-relaxed about it, and welcomes the rivalry. Katy doesn’t scare her one bit.”
On the other hand, a source from Gossip Cop reported that Swift focuses on all the things that she’s been thankful for, and does not pay any attention to the rumored diss song that’s been lurking around the net. For her, it’s time wasted that can be spent on doing positive things.
Moreover, “Crocodile Tears” song was inspired by Swift’s belief that Perry was trying to spoil her tour as she allegedly reported hiring the backup dancers of her “1989” concert.
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