Katy Perry is backtracking on some her statements towards her supposed Taylor Swift feud. The 32-year old singer, who released a new record titled "Witness" this week, is done milking the issue to help promote her album. It seems that Perry has had a change of heart after Swift put back her entire catalog on Spotify and other streaming services on the same time and day that Perry released her new album.

'1989' singer ignores Katy Perry's statements about their supposed feud

As Katy Perry had some choice words for Taylor Swift during her appearance in James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke," Swift remained quiet and out of the spotlight, save for some sightings of her with her new rumored boyfriend Joe Alwyn.

She has remained quiet on both Twitter and Instagram for about a month now, save for a tweet about the Manchester terror attacks in May. Other than that, the Grammy Award winning songwriter has remained silent on the issues surrounding her and Perry.

But on June 8, on the eve of the release of "Witness," it was announced that Swift's entire catalogue will be back on all streaming services at midnight on June 9, the very same day that "Witness" would drop. The event was "in celebration of '1989' selling over 10 million albums worldwide and the RIAA's 100 Million Song Certification" that was awarded to Swift. This timing did not go unnoticed by Twitter users, who buzzed about the simultaneous release of "Witness" and Swift's entire catalogue.

Taylor Swift's return to streaming services isn't because of 'Witness'

While some may think that Taylor Swift decided to bring back her catalog to streaming services on the same day as Katy Perry dropped "Witness" just to spite her, The Verge is reporting otherwise. According to their report, there is a new licensing deal between Swift's distributor, Universal Music Group, and Spotify, which changes the way free users access newly released records and changes the way artists are paid for their new music.

Given how much of a great businesswoman Swift is, she may have thought about the pros of this new deal and decided to put back her entire catalog on Spotify (and other streaming services).

Is Katy Perry admitting defeat?

Katy Perry seems to have changed her tone since her "Carpool Karaoke" appearance with James Corden. According to ET Online, the singer spoke to Arianna Huffington about her supposed feud with Taylor Swift, saying that they should resolve the issues between them.

She said, "I forgive her, and I'm sorry for anything I ever did...there are bigger problems in the world. I love her and I want the best for her, and I think she's a fantastic songwriter."

Katy Perry also explained that while they won't agree on everything, she wishes that they could come together and be "representatives of strong women that come together despite their differences." It seems that following Perry's latest statements, the ball is now in Swift's court.