Taylor Swift Calls Up Fetty Wap To Perform 'Trap Queen'
  • MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 2015

  • Posted by: Patrick Pilch

Have you ever been in a situation with two people you know, but never thought they'd ever meet or be in the same room together, and it freaks you out? That's kind of what happened this past Saturday night. In the midst of the summer stretch of the 1989 tour, Taylor Swift brought Fetty Wap, the mastermind behind the most romantic crack cocaine love song of all time, "Trap Queen", on stage last night at her show in Seattle.

Don't get me wrong, both artists are both very respectable in their own right, (take a look at Taylor Swift's songs and try to convince someone they contain second-rate pop lyrics), but this is actually both hilarious and bizarre. I know for a fact that most people who are familiar with "Trap Queen", aren't completely aware of what the song is about. "Trap Queen" is Fetty Wap's saccharine ode to his female counterpoint where his love is portrayed by his utmost trust as indicated by his introduction he makes between his "Queen" and his stove used for cooking crack cocaine. It made me wonder if Swift knows what he's talking about. Regardless, it gave me a really funny picture in my head of Taylor Swift cooking crack with Fetty Wap.

Check out the performance below:

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