Ruby Rose is trying to extricate herself from a feud she never should have joined. Last week, Perry released “Swish Swish” an infectious track from her new album that the internet decided was the long-awaited response to Swift’s 2014 earworm and Katy Perry diss track “Bad Blood.”

Upon its release, Rose took to Twitter in defense of Swift, who’s kept an incredibly low profile as of late.

Though Rose didn’t mention Perry by name, it was very clear that she was coming to Swift’s defense. Meanwhile, Perry denied that the song was about any one person after being pressed by Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show.

“I think it’s a great anthem for people whenever someone’s trying to hold you down or bully you,” Perry said. “There ya go. I’ll leave it at that.”

It appears as though Rose heard Perry’s denial, because over the weekend she once again took to Twitter, this time to explain and distance herself from her earlier vitriol.

It’s anyone’s guess what happened to make Rose have a sudden change of heart. In past interviews, Rose has credited being bullied in high school for driving her to “be something.” Rose, who came out when she was 12, said that the bullying got so bad she had to be hospitalized after a classmate smashed a chair in the back of her head when she was just 16. “They didn’t like the fact I was different,” she told The Edit. “I don’t think they had hatred for me, per se; I think it was more that I stuck out like a sore thumb.”

Is it possible that after piling on Perry, Rose took a look in the mirror and didn’t like what she saw? Or maybe she saw what happened to Kanye and Kim’s reps after Kanye went after Taylor. We’ll see if she manages to actually make it out of the feud.