"This weekend it's really important we show our support for the Birds," said Q102 radio host Nugget ahead of Sunday's game
Philadelphia Swifties will have to choose their radio stations carefully this weekend.
Ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl 57 rematch game at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, local radio station Q102 will ban Taylor Swift's music due to her relationship with boyfriend Travis Kelce, who plays tight end for the Chiefs.
"Q102 is punting Taylor Swift from the radio station for the entire weekend because while Q102 loves Taylor Swift, we can't get enough of her, this weekend it's really important we show our support for the Birds," said Q102 host Nugget in an interview with CBS News Philadelphia.
After the game's outcome is revealed, Swift's music will reportedly return to the station on Tuesday.
Nugget isn't the only Philadelphia native playfully taking aim at Swift, 33, for her affiliation with Travis, 34, and the Chiefs ahead of Sunday's game. In an interview on Friday's episode of The Tamron Hall Show, Patti LaBelle expressed a similar sentiment.
"You know what – let me say something. Taylor and all your ‘Swifties,’ back up boo-boo," said the "Lady Marmalade" singer, 79. "[The Chiefs are] going down. The Eagles are gonna win. It’s a done deal. So, I love you Taylor, but stay home."
Swift, on the other hand, recently showed appreciation for Travis' team by changing a lyric in "Karma" during her Eras Tour stop in Buenos Aires last week. She sang, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me,” causing raucous applause from the crowd and an adorable reaction from the NFL star himself.
Travis and his brother Jason — who plays for the Eagles — spoke about the moment on their New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce podcast earlier this week. The siblings revealed Travis had prior warning that Swift might do something special to recognize his presence in the audience, after he flew to Argentina for the weekend on his bye week.
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“Yeah no I had no clue that...” he began, before shifting gears and admitting, “Well, I might have had a little bit of a clue, but definitely when I heard it come out of her mouth, [it] still shocked me.”
Jason, 35, said “you could tell in the video” that Travis was shocked, referring to the widely circulated fan footage that captured the NFL player’s reaction to Swift’s shoutout. “I was like, ‘Oh, she really just said that,’” Travis said.
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