Jason and Travis Kelce Send Taylor Swift a Direct Message Following Chiefs AFC Win

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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - JANUARY 28: Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates with Taylor Swift after a 17-10 victory against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game at M&T Bank Stadium on January 28, 2024 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Jason and Travis Kelce have a bold message to send to Taylor Swift and those who've come for her since going public with the tight end.

During this week's episode of New Heights, the Eagles center sent a shoutout to the newest members of the Chiefs kingdom, including the touring artist, whom he joked "has officially reached the Super Bowl in her rookie year; that's kind of a big deal."

Travis broke into laughter in response, agreeing, "Shoutout to Tay! Thanks for joining the team."

It may be a snide remark directed at the superstar's haters, as all season "Dads, Brads and Chads" have complained that the "So It Goes..." singer was ruining football with her very limited screentime each game or accusing her of distracting the team. Plenty came to her defense, with one tweeting, "Didn't realize it was Taylor Swift's responsibility as a fan in the stands to give Mahomes protection on the field."

"I didn’t realize it was Taylor swift that dropped the ball for fumbles. Or that it was Taylor’s incomplete passes. Or that it was Taylor that missed tackles," another questioned.

It may also just be a sweet comment directly to Swift, who quickly integrated into the dynamics of the team's WAGs—or wives and girlfriends—and has been to 12 games since the two debuted their relationship this past September. Fans hope the Super Bowl will make lucky number 13, though Swift has a concert in Tokyo the evening before, which makes the timeline a bit tight as far as rest and recovery goes!

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