While Swifties and the NFL cherish seeing Taylor Swift make appearances at games, Plies is at his wits' end, respectfully.
Over the weekend, the "Shawty" hitmaker, who also doubles as a huge fan of the NFL, took to social media with a plea for the league to make some changes. According to Plies, he believes the league is sensationalizing the "1989" singer and her romance with Chiefs player Travis Kelce.
"Dear @NFL Media: Can U Please Stop Forcing Taylor Swift On Football Fans!" he began his message on X (formally known as Twitter).
While the rapper respects her as an artist, he said there's a time and place for the T.Swift special treatment.
"We Get It She’s At The Game & She’s A Phenomenal Artist! But Damn If We Want To See Her This Much We’ll Go To Her Concert!!"
This brotha also believes the league has been focusing on her more than the league's notable figures on game day.
"Y’all Show Her More Than Y’all Show The Owner Of The Chiefs! We Love Her But DAMN!," he concluded while referencing the organization's CEO Clark Hunt whose dad Lamar Hunt founded the team.
Someone else who has been having a stand-out season is the Chief's quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, who had 27 touchdown passes this season.
While Swift has become a familiar face on jumbotrons on game day, she has also garnered much bread for the league. The Messenger reports that the "Shake It Off," singer has reportedly generated over $331 million for the league since she and the Kelce began dating in September 2023.
Although Plies and other fans of the sport might feel exhausted with the increased presence of Swift, she isn't hindering game day W's for her man's team. On Sunday, the Chiefs advanced to the Super Bowl after defeating the Baltimore Ravens 17-10.
The Kansas City Chiefs will face off against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday (Feb. 11).
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