The Primrose Retirement Community in Sedalia, Missouri cheered on Kansas City Chiefs on Friday ahead of their playoff game against the Buffalo Bills
The "Senior Swifties"are showing off their swag!
In a video shared by Connie Chevalier, members of the Primrose Retirement Community in Sedalia, Missouri cheered on the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday ahead of their playoff game against the Buffalo Bills, which saw them win 27-24.
Dancing to “Swag Surfin” by F.L.Y. (Fast Life Yungstaz), the group who call themselves "Senior Swifties" held onto their heads while circling in their seats.
Once the beat dropped, they held out their arms in a surfing position and swayed left and right. The Senior Swifties then displayed a doggy paddling motion by moving out their arms alternatively.
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Wearing Kansas City Chief T-shirts and baseball caps to the side, the community group then went back to the surfing motion.
“Senior Swifties,” one person’s sign read, while others held up signs that stated, “87 Travis Kelce,” and “I’m a Swiftie.”
“New name…same awesome people!,” Chevalier’s caption on Facebook read. “The ‘Primrose Sedalia Chiefs Cheerleaders’ who brought you “Red Kingdom” by Tech Nyne last year are hyped to help the Chiefs beat the Bills with their version of swag surfin’!”
Although the group wasn’t dancing to a Taylor Swift song, their name is a nod to the star’s fans who are called Swifties. This comes as the singer, 34, has been spotted on multiple occasions cheering boyfriend, Travis Kelce, 34, at Chiefs’ games.
Swift was also seen celebrating Kelce’s touchdown in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Bills. The Grammy winner cheered loudly alongside Brittany Mahomes, who is married to Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Kelce also did his girlfriend’s signature move by forming a heart with his hands after scoring a touchdown during the second quarter. "Yeah, man, had to spread the love baby,” he said of his reason behind the move on Wednesday episode of his New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce podcast. "Always got to spread that love, baby."
Meanwhile, the residents at Brightview White Marsh shared a TikTok video on Tuesday to welcome Swift to Baltimore in hopes she will come to the city to watch her boyfriend play against the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday.
In the video, many residents at the senior living community gave the songwriter suggestions on activities she could do around the city.
"Taylor Swift, welcome to our great city of Baltimore. There is much for you to do and see here. And while you're here, we hope that you enjoy yourself immensely," a resident said at the beginning of the video.
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