Taylor Swift is reportedly gearing up to respond to a newly released Justin Bieber diss song, as a report claims the country singer is penning a controversial new song.
On Monday Bieber and Swift's rumored feud reached new heights when the 19-year-old pop idol retweeted one of his Twitter followers. In a telling tweet, the fan suggested that Bieber's new song, "All Bad," is in fact a diss track aimed at Swift.
For years Bieber and Swift have reportedly been at odds over their mutual friend, Selena Gomez. The "I Knew You Were Trouble" singer, 23, reportedly urged Gomez, 21, to end her tumultuous relationship with Bieber throughout their two-year relationship and he alludes to this drama in "All Bad"
"It's another, if it ain't one thing/Instigators, like pouring fire on propane/The wrong thing, they be worried about/Ooh, you know females/And how they like to run their mouths," Bieber sings.
Swift, who is renowned for taking digs at others through her music, is reportedly not impressed with Bieber's new song.
"She has heard the song, and she is definitely going to respond at some point," a source revealed. "She has the mentality now that payback is a b----. A song about him has no timetable but it's inevitable."
In May Swift made headlines after an incident at the Billboard music awards, which involved Bieber and Gomez. The seven-time Grammy award-winning singer walked past Gomez and Bieber backstage and upon her seeing the pair embrace one another, she stuck out her tongue and looked away in disgust.
"Taylor absolutely hates the fact that Selena and Justin are hanging out again and looking like they are getting back together," a source said in July.
"She feels she is going to get hurt and run back to Taylor when things get bad again. She is ready to say, 'I told you so,'" the source explained.