Swift appears in a red cloak during the video and is seen dancing around some glowing orbs. The writer also noted that Swift “released several ‘witch’ remixes of the song. She also admitted that the song ‘sounds like casting a spell to make someone fall in love with you.'”
Well, Swift certainly needs those spells, given she writes about breakups about as often as Snoop Dogg pens songs about weed or Depeche Mode drops tracks with religious metaphors. Taylor’s gotta get her material from somewhere, after all, and a new terrible relationship is just what she needs. (By the way, Jake Gyllenhaal: She really should get that scarf back.) Curiously, reports began circulating on Sunday that Swift had just broken up with her boyfriend of six years.
As you may know, Swift is out on tour right now — a tour where problematic ticket sales and rampant scalping were so bad it actually sparked congressional hearings. You may also know that she has a subset of obsessive superfans called “Swifties.” One of these is apparently TikTok user “@igorxtt,” who apparently attends a lot of her concerts, including one recent show in Arlington, Texas.
In a viral video posted April 1, as she performs “Willow” — in a red robe, with other dancers in red robes and those “witchy” vibes going on — an individual who is assumedly @igorxtt can be heard yelling “summon the demons b****!”