As part of Taylor Swift’s reinvention, the ex-country singer is unleashing a single that asserts her dislike for her enemies and the accompanying visual contains some Beyoncé-esque images.
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) August 25, 2017
Idk about stealing the show but she sure did steal something pic.twitter.com/kh4Nad258i
— Joshua Henderson (@Jay_Henderson23) August 25, 2017
— AntonioRih (@antoniogiulianR) August 25, 2017
Then, Twitter’s undeniably hilarious creative streak kicked in and folks started mocking Swift’s new good-girl-gone-bad image that seemed to borrow heavily from Queen Bey.
Many used their wit to make a parody out of iconic “Formation” lyrics like, “My daddy Alabama, momma Louisiana/You mix that negro with that Creole, make a Texas bama” and, “When he f— me good, I take his ass to Red Lobster.”