Katy Perry And Taylor Swift’s Feud Intensifies: Perry Dances Over Kanye West’s Song About Swift

Katy Perry and Taylor Swift are both well-renown performers in Hollywood. Both have their smash hits and are gaining huge success in every album released. But the two seems to hate each other so much. Here's why.

Who Made Who Famous?

According to Entertainment Weekly, during one of Kanye West's concert in Los Angeles, the 'Roar' singer was seen recording herself singing along Kanye's controversial song 'Famous'. Perry's eyes widen when the lyrics came in like these: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex,". She brought the camerea close to her. "Why? I made that bitch famous."

The Sun reiterated that Katy Perry uploaded the video by Snapchat, letting other speculate that the feud between her and Taylor Swift has further intensified. Before the concert in Los Angeles, the two met each other face to face at Drake's 30th birthday celebration. John Mayer, who were Katy and Taylor's ex-boyfriend, was also there.

Bad Blood Personified

Mayer and Perry were seen conversing during the party while Taylor Swift was stuck in her decision of avoiding both of them. The two started having little fights when Taylor claimed that Katy did something to her dancers from her RED Tour last 2012.

In an interview, Taylor stated:

 "She did something so horrible.I was like, Oh, we're just straight-up enemies. And it wasn't even about a guy! It had to do with business. She basically tried to sabotage an entire arena tour. She tried to hire a bunch of people out from under me."

Katy didn't end up the day by not responding through her twitter account telling that people should watch out for Regina George hiding behind a sheep's clothing. It was also reported that "Bad Blood", a famous song of Taylor Swift, was about Katy Perry. The "Unconditionally" singer was once asked if she could team up with Taylor Swift, she stated: 'If she says sorry, sure'

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