Ruby Rose Is Taking Back All That Stuff She Tweeted About Katy Perry

"Being mean doesn't suit me."

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When Katy Perry dropped "Swish Swish," her surprise single with Nicki Minaj, people immediately started speculating that it was about Taylor Swift. With lyrics like, "Karma's not a liar, she keeps receipts," and the whole deep, complicated history that is "Bad Blood," that's not super surprising.

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What was a little more surprising was the fact that Ruby Rose, a known member of Taylor's "squad," openly called Katy out on Twitter after hearing the song (which has no *direct* references to Taylor).

Ruby took some swipes at the song and at Katy herself:

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Now, however, Ruby is backtracking on her pointed tweets. She returned to Twitter to tell fans, "Being mean doesn't suit me and leaves me feeling dirty."

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She stopped short of directly apologizing, but explained that her tweets were a reaction to dealing with bullies herself and a desire to stick up for the "underdogs."

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