AceShowbiz - After so much teasing, Katy Perry has finally unleashed a visuals for her single "Swish Swish". The hilarious clip finds the songstress playing basketball as a captain of Team Tiger. Despite her team name, her teammates are basically cowards when it comes to playing basketball. Meanwhile, her competitor is Team Sheep, led by the notorious Hafthor Julius Bjornsson a.k.a. "The Mountain" from "Game of Thrones".
The video is full of comical acts from every character, thanks to the amazing camera effects. In one scene, Katy falls on her face while trying to get the ball, and suddenly it becomes a shooting star meme. The "Backpack Kid" also makes appearance in the clip. The internet sensation is joining Katy again after taking all the spotlight when assisting the songstress during her "Saturday Night Live" performance.
Katy's collaborator on the song, Nicki Minaj, then appears to spit her savage bars. She takes the center spot in the basketball court, channeling her inner diva in skintight leather bodysuit while doing some choreography with some sexy dancers. She approached Katy and encouraged her to win the game. By the end of the video, Team Tiger celebrates their victory with the "Backpack Kid" iconic dance.
Unsurprisingly, fans are going wild over the video. "This is the best music video I've ever seen in my life," a fan writes below the video, while another remarks, "This whole video is a meme." Similarly, another fan gushes, "This is pure comedy I swear to god I cried and screamed of laughter."
It looks like Katy intends to make people laugh with the visuals for the alleged diss track aimed at her longtime nemesis Taylor Swift. Prior to this, she released a hilarious lyric video for the song starring Brazilian meme queen Gretchen. The clip saw the 58-year-old internet star grooving to "Swish Swish" in a dimly-lit basketball court.
Katy previously said of "Swish Swish", "I think it's a great anthem for people to use when anyone is trying to hold you down and bully you." She later added that the track "is the liberation from all the negative that doesn't serve you."