Los Angeles - Katy Perry's dad says her feud with Taylor Swift "ain't over yet."
The two singers haven't seen eye-to-eye for some time, with Taylor's track Bad Blood supposedly written about the brunette beauty, who was a "straight-up enemy" that tried to "sabotage an entire tour."
Though Katy has seemingly made reference to the tensions between them during Taylor's recent public spats with Kim Kardashian West and ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris, her mother Mary Hudson insists she's currently trying to "rise" above it all, but her father Keith Hudson says that doesn't mean the end of their war.
Mary said: ''Katy released Rise. It says, 'My feet have been put to the fire but I will rise.' That's what she's about right now."
Keith added to Britain's Grazia magazine: "You know it ain't over yet."
Katy became embroiled in Taylor's row with Calvin Harris - who she split from in June, a few weeks before she began romancing Tom Hiddleston - after it emerged the Shake It Off hitmaker secretly wrote his track This Is What You Came For.
In a series of tweets Calvin Harris lashed out toward Taylor Swift (Read more about that here).
In response, Katy, 31, retweeted a message she wrote in May 2015 which read ''time, the ultimate truth teller'' and shared an animated Gif on Twitter of US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton pulling a smug ''I told you so''- type expression.
And after Kim leaked footage of Taylor seemingly approving the lyrics to Kanye West's controversial track Famous, Katy plugged her new album and single, which are both called Rise, in a tweet which many fans took to reference the saga.
She simply wrote: ''#RISE above it all (sic)'
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