Now, here’s an offer that’s hard to ignore.
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have received a joint proposition of £3 million from an adult entertainment website to create an hour-long cam show.
The pair, both aged 33, made their first public appearance together when they were spotted leaving a Kansas City Chiefs game over the weekend, intensifying ongoing dating speculations. Taylor Swift, the singer-songwriter, observed the NFL tight end’s performance against the Chicago Bears from his private suite, where she sat alongside his mother, Donna.
Swift’s exuberant celebration followed Kelce’s touchdown catch from Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. It later came to light that Kelce had orchestrated the play specifically to score in front of Swift.
However, despite the suggestive optics, neither of them has officially confirmed their romantic involvement. This is where CamSoda comes into the picture.
CamSoda’s vice president, Daryn Parker, penned a letter to the couple, extending the offer and inviting them to share their story. The letter stated, “At CamSoda, a leading adult entertainment site, we understand the complexities of relationships, especially when you’re constantly in the public eye.”
“You may only believe this in your wildest dreams, but I actually have an offer that can settle the score and get your relationship out of the paparazzi laden woods.
“We’d like to offer you both up to $2 million dollars to do an hour-long cam show on our platform (which has over 43 million registered users and counting) to talk about how your enchanted love story came to the first quarter. We hope when the whistle blows at the end of the 4th quarter, you two belong with each other, and on the CamSoda platform.”
As of now, Kelce is the sole individual who has addressed the rumors. He took a low-key approach to the situation last week, downplaying it despite the considerable speculation surrounding it.
It’s life, baby,” Kelce replied when asked whether he was frustrated by the talk. “I threw it out there, I threw the ball in her court, and I told her, ‘I’ve seen you rock the stage in Arrowhead (Stadium), you might have to come see my rock the stage in Arrowhead and see which one is a little more lit’. We’ll see what happens in the near future.”
He added: “It’s hilarious how much traction this has actually got. Right now, it’s like an old game in school called ‘Telephone’ where everybody is whispering in each other’s ears and hearing random stuff, and no one actually knows what’s going on.