TAYLOR SWIFT is putting an end to a very public feud . . . and we're NOT talking about KATY PERRY.
Taylor FINALLY relented, and released all of her albums on the major streaming services at midnight.� Her music will now play on Pandora, Tidal, Amazon, and even Spotify, which she freaked out on back in 2014.
Officially, she's doing it for her fans.� She said, quote, "In celebration of '1989' selling over 10 million albums worldwide, and 100 million [songs], Taylor wants to thank her fans by making her entire back catalog available to all streaming services."But UNOFFICIALLY, the timing is a little suspect.�
Her music hit the streaming services at midnight . . . the exact MINUTE that Katy Perry's new album "Wisdom" came out.� It MIGHT be a coincidence . . . but Katy has been talking a lot about their feud while promoting her album.
In a new interview with "NME" that just came out yesterday, Katy had this to say about the dust-up with Taylor:� Quote, "I'm not Buddha . . . things irritate me.� I wish that I could turn the other cheek every single time . . .
"But I'm also not a pushover, you know?� Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls.� That's so messed up!"
(Right now, it seems like Katy can't shut up about it in a desperate attempt to get press for her new album. But it's got to be frustrating to be one of Taylor's targets.� She puts out a single about you . . . and it's everywhere. And whenever you try to respond or call her out on it, she won't engage directly and acts like SHE'S taking the high road.)