Football and Taylor Swift seemed more intertwined than ever.
At a concert in Buenos Aires, Taylor Swift’s father, Scott, demonstrated his support for his daughter’s boyfriend, Travis Kelce, by sporting a Kansas City Chiefs lanyard. Despite his lifelong allegiance to the Philadelphia Eagles, Scott appeared to have adopted a newfound affinity for the Chiefs due to his daughter’s relationship with Kelce.
This shift in team loyalty elicited reactions from both Eagles and Swift fanbases, underscoring the rivalry between the two football teams. Some fans humorously speculated about potential tension with Travis’s older brother, Jason Kelce, who plays for the Eagles.
The Chiefs joined in on the banter, sharing a picture of the two men at the concert on Twitter and playfully referencing Swift’s lanyard: “Welcome to the good side, Papa Swift!” the caption read.
Fans embraced the Chiefs’ post, especially with the highly anticipated game between Kansas City and the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night.
“We wanna see Mr. Swift in a Travis Kelce Jersey Monday night!” one fan expressed.
Another playfully remarked, “you know your team is bad when you have to depend on a pop star’s dad to get attention.”
Reportedly, Swift plans to bring her parents, Andrea and Scott, to the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles football game at Arrowhead Stadium on November 20. This event could mark the first time her family is present to support her boyfriend, Travis Kelce. While Taylor has previously connected with Travis’s parents at games, this upcoming occasion could turn into a complete family affair, considering Travis’s brother, Jason, plays for the Eagles.
For those who may not appreciate the influx of Taylor Swift content, it seems that dealing with it is inevitable, as it shows no signs of fading away anytime soon.