Taylor Swift has attended two (2) Chiefs games and the NFL has, as a result, completely lost it.
The NFL Is Getting All Defensive Over Claims They’re Over-Doing Taylor Swift Coverage
Like, they changed their social media bio, showed clips of Taylor and her friends at literally every possible opportunity, *and* made more puns than we thought humanly possible. As a result, a buncha football fans started complaining and apparently even Swifities were left wondering: Does the NFL have any chill whatsoever?
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Even brothers Travis and Jason Kelce called out the NFL on their New Heights podcast, where Jason took the opportunity to ask his brother: “Let’s get to it, is the NFL overdoing it? What’s your honest opinion? Take away your feelings for Taylor…”
Travis responded with, “I think it’s fun when they show who was at the game. I think it brings a little bit more to the atmosphere, brings a little bit more to what you’re watching. But at the same time I think…they’re overdoing it a little bit for sure, especially my situation. I think they’re just trying to have fun with it.”
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Meanwhile, the NFL seemingly has no regrets.
“We frequently change our bios and profile imagery based on what’s happening in and around our games, as well as culturally,” the org told People somewhat saltily. “The Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce news has been a pop cultural moment we’ve leaned into in real time, as it’s an intersection of sport and entertainment, and we’ve seen an incredible amount of positivity around the sport.”
They then added, “The vast majority of our content has remained focused on the game, our players and variety of other initiatives, including our Toy Story sunday Football alt-cast, the international games and more.”