Taylor Swift’s recent swag surfing antics at a Kansas City Chiefs game have not only delighted fans but also provided a boost to the creators of the hit song “Swag Surfin’,” Fast Life Yungstaz (F.L.Y.).
In an interview with TMZ, members of F.L.Y. expressed their excitement and gratitude for Swift’s viral moment.
Mook, a member of the group, shared his initial reaction, stating: “My initial reaction to Taylor Swift swag surfing was I thought it was dope.”
He emphasized the positive impact of Swift’s participation, noting that their streams across all platforms have surged by a staggering 700 percent since the incident.
The group members expressed their delight in witnessing the rapid unfolding of events following Swift’s swag surfing moment.
It appears that F.L.Y. is open to the idea of collaborating with the pop sensation, with member iMcFli suggesting a potential remix titled “Swift Surf.”
However, they humorously added that Swift would need to showcase her rap skills for the collaboration to materialize.
Another member, Easton, expressed enthusiasm about the possibility of Swift bringing them out during her concerts, indicating that Swift has the freedom to explore various creative avenues.
Swift’s swag surfing moment occurred earlier this month on Jan. 13 at Arrowhead Stadium, where she was seen enthusiastically cheering on her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, during the Chiefs’ game against the Miami Dolphins.
The Chiefs emerged victorious with a score of 26-7, securing their spot in the playoffs.