Should we be nervous? After all, the Swift Squad is now unfathomably stacked with a seemingly scientific concentration of talent and sheer unf:)ckwithableness. Recent inductees include The Weeknd, Nick Jonas, Chance the Rapper, Kendrick Lamar, and you! (I'm kidding; never going to happen). A few holdouts aside, Taylor Swift has successfully assembled the musical equivalent of The Avengers or X-Men or some other comic book reference I'm admittedly too rusty to use with confidence. However, the latest addition to the Swift Squad effectively raises the bar to unforeseen heights.
During her 1989 stop in Seattle on Saturday, Swift invited Olive Garden's favorite patron and current champion of radio Fetty Wap to the stage for a performance of "Trap Queen." As you might have guessed, all 60,000 (+) Swifties in attendance knew every syllable to Wap's instaclassic and proceeded to turn the packed arena into the Church of Pop:
In addition to the near-holy collaboration above, Swift succumbed to the pressures of Seattle fever by bringing out Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and significant other Ciara: