Katy Perry recently opened up to James Corden about her issues with Taylor Swift. While she disclosed some meaty details about their issues, it seems that Perry is not yet done talking about the feud between the two.

Katy Perry: "I'm not a pushover."

It was in an episode of Corden's Carpool Karaoke that Perry first opened up about her issues with Swift. Apparently, the feud began with a misunderstanding regarding the hiring of back-up dancers, which blew out of proportion. To this effect, Katy now feels like her character is being "assassinated" by Taylor Swift and her legion of fans.

"I mean, I'm not Buddha — things irritate me," Perry began. The singer told ET Online that she wished she could just turn the other cheek whenever she feels wronged, but she adds that she is "no pushover."

Anyway, Perry felt she had to speak up. She told James Corden of all people, because she thought that the late-night TV host makes her and the whole world feel "very safe." Of course, it also helped that Corden decided to ask her about the feud. Katy said that no one has asked about her side of the story before.

Thanks to that Carpool Karaoke episode, everyone who follow the Perry-Swift feud now know that it started with Swift feeling like Perry hired dancers "from under her." This led to the release of the song "Bad Blood," which many now believe is about Katy Perry.

More 'Bad Blood'

What's more, Taylor Swift apparently hired Max Martin to help with writing "Bad Blood." Many may recognize Martin as a prolific writer of pop songs, who wrote songs for both Swift and Perry, and many other artists, as well.

When asked how she felt about Max Martin helping to write a song that was meant to be "against" her, she seemed understanding of the situation.

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She just thought that Max did not actually know who the song was for. She added that she can't tell the songwriter what not and what to do.

"I’m not his mother and he was fine before I met him, you know what I’m saying?" Perry said.

Taylor Swift has not yet responded ever since the Carpool Karaoke reveal happened. It seems that the singer-songwriter is content with silence for now.

As for more of Katy's music, the "Roar" singer has just hosted Katy Perry: Witness World Wide, a live stream which appeared on her YouTube channel on Thursday, 8PM Pacific Time. The event served as an inside look at Perry's upcoming album, titled "Witness."

Meanwhile, fans rejoiced as Taylor Swift's back catalog is back on major streaming services, including Spotify.