After an exhausting weekend-long Witness World Wide live stream during which she meditated, apologized for cultural appropriation, slept, talked about her bouts of depression and hosted dinner parties, Katy Perry wrapped up the 96-hour Witness marathon on Monday morning (June 12) by dropping by Today to once and for all put a pin in her beef with Taylor Swift.
"I don't know. I can only do me," was Perry's succinct response to Natalie Morales' question about how the singer felt when she learned Swift had announced the release of her entire back catalog on Spotify on the same day that Katy's Witness dropped. If it makes her feel better, Witness is headed to a No. 1 debut, and a source told Billboard the timing of Swift's return had nothing to do with Perry's album release.
Perry has been very open over the past few weeks when it comes to dissecting the alleged squabble she had with Swift over some shared back-up dancers. And while Katy has repeatedly said she's ready to settle things and have the two women come together, Monday morning's comments made it clear that she's moving on whether Swift will make amends or not.