January 16, 2024

Swift Jets Back to East Coast After Watching Kelce in Playoff Game

Once again, all eyes were on Taylor Swift during the playoff game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins.

The Dolphins played in conditions they rarely see, and it showed that their team was simply not mentally prepared to play in those cold-weather conditions.

Swift got her fair share of camera time during the game, wearing a Travis Kelce #87 coat and even opening the window to her suite to interact with some of the fans.

She’s Gone

After the game, Kelce and Swift were seen leaving the stadium together, and they reportedly ended up going back to Kelce’s mansion for the night.

Early Monday, however, Swift was seen back on her $40 million jet to head back home after the big win by the Chiefs, leaving her football player boyfriend behind.

While the climate change advocates rip conservatives, nobody seems to have a problem with Swift flying not only across the country on her private jet, but sometimes around the world, just to see Travis Kelce play.

To that point, there are already reportedly plans in the works for Swift to fly back from Japan over Valentine’s Day so the two are able to celebrate their first Valentine’s Day together.

Swift will be in Japan in February as her Eras Tour gets rolling again.

It was also reported that Kelce and Swift had their first spat after the Chiefs coughed up a hairball against the lowly Las Vegas Raiders on Christmas Day.

Kelce reportedly snapped at Swift after the game, with Swift reportedly feeling “hurt and confused” by his reaction, so she went running to her buddy, Brittany Mahomes, the wife of Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes, for advice.

Brittany reportedly told her just to give Travis some space to “lick his wounds” from the loss and everything would be fine.

Kelce addressed the Christmas Day flop with his brother, Jason, during the most recent “New Heights” podcast, stating how “embarrassing” it was the team was playing so badly with all the talent they have on that roster.

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