In reference to his relationship with Swift, Kelce stated, “We can’t listen to anything that’s outside noise.”
As long as they are happy, Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift don’t give a damn about what other people think.
Before the Kansas City Chiefs play the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game on Sunday, reporters questioned Kelce on Friday. One of their questions was about whether he and Swift had talked about how to handle all of the media attention that has surrounded their love story.
“The only thing we’ve discussed is that we can’t listen to outside noise as long as we’re happy,” Kelce remarked. “That is all that is important.”
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When asked previously about his own ascent to national prominence, particularly following his victory over his brother Jason Kelce and the Philadelphia Eagles in last year’s Super Bowl, Kelce responded in a similar manner.
Kelce admitted, “I brought this upon myself.” “I do like to play around with it all. The most important thing is to make sure that this building is where I am focusing.”
Speaking from Arrowhead Stadium, the home of the Chiefs, was Kelce.
He claimed that hearing “everyone else’s perspective of things” is the largest obstacle that comes with his level of celebrity.
It’s nothing new to Swift, that outside din. Most recently, she has come under fire from NFL fans who are dissatisfied with the amount of airtime she has received for supporting Kelce during his games.
She helped make the day of a young girl who went to see her favorite pop star last weekend when she was at the Chiefs’ divisional game against Buffalo, thanks to Jason Kelce.
While it’s unclear if Swift will be in Baltimore this weekend, Jason Kelce’s wife Kylie said on “Good Morning America” that they intend to support their younger brother.