Taylor Swift’s New Album Allegedly Turning NBA Players and Fans Into Court Side Frogs

In a shocking turn of events, Taylor Swift’s new album has been causing quite a stir in the NBA world. Fans and players alike are expressing their concerns over the album’s supposed ability to turn frogs gay.

The album, titled “Swift Shots,” contains a couple of songs that fans believe are related to the New York Knicks. “Knicks Gone Wild” and “Court Side Crazy” are just a few of the tracks that have fans talking.

However, it’s the track “Should Go to Jail” that has caused the most controversy. According to sources, the song is believed to have inspired Pete Davidson’s recent altercation at a Knicks playoffs game.

Moments after witnessing the Knicks’ huge victory, Davidson reportedly got into a physical altercation with a fan. The incident quickly went viral, leaving the NBA world in a frenzy.

Many fans are blaming Swift’s album for Davidson’s behavior, suggesting that the song may have somehow turned Davidson “court side crazy.”

Some experts are even calling for an investigation into the album’s supposed ability to turn frogs gay. “We need to take this seriously,” says NBA analyst, Charles Barkley. “If this album is really causing behavior like this, then we need to put a stop to it.”

While Swift has yet to comment on the controversy, fans are already bracing themselves for what could be a very interesting NBA playoffs season.

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