Travis Kelce scored a huge ring today—and nope, it’s not the one for his girlfriend Taylor Swift (not yet, at least). JSYK, the American footballer’s team Kansas City Chiefs emerged victorious against the San Francisco 49ers at the 2024 Super Bowl today—a sweet ending to such a jam-packed season.
Ofc, Taylor looked every bit the supportive ~*WAG*~ that she is on the sidelines—showing up with her A-lister friends (including Ice Spice and Blake Lively!). She showed up in style—wearing a black corset tank top from Dion Lee paired with black Area jeans and red letterman jacket slung over her shoulder with the number 60 on the back, a nod to the year the Chiefs were founded. Cute!
After the win, Tay showcased how proud she is of her beau—kissing him multiple times! ICYDK, she landed in LA on Saturday (February 10, 2024) after wrapping up a four-night series at the Tokyo Dome in Japan as part of her Eras Tour, attended by Swifties including a couple of local stars.
It’s not all roses for Travis though. He skyrocketed to social media trends not just for the Superbowl win and the Taylor moments. Everyone on the internet was talking about his outburst during the game when he exchanged heated words with 65-year-old head coach Andy Reid after a disappointing play. Take a look below:
Netizens Slam Travis Kelce For His Outburst At The Superbowl
On X, several netizens shared their thoughts on Trav’s lack of composure, with others slamming him for it.
Some also took to Trav’s defense, saying it’s a way of “showing emotion,” especially in a game with high stakes.
Others expressed their concern for Taylor, calling the outburst a sign of a *red flag*.
In an interview, the coach Andy touched up on the altercation, saying, “He wants to be on the field and he wants to play. There’s nobody better.”
Travis has yet to address the issue, but he did speak up about being emotional during a game at a recent podcast episode. He even disagreed with his coach’s kind words about his performance then. “He (Reid) is looking out for me and I love him for it,” he said.
"I didn’t go back out there and play good,” he continued. “He wanted to see the fire in me and I reacted in a bad way. He wanted to get the best out of me and right now I’m just not playing my best football."