Philadelphia top 40 radio station Q102 announced on Good Day Philadelphia Wednesday that they won’t be playing any Taylor Swift songs in the days leading up to the Eagles-Chiefs Super Bowl rematch Monday night.
The boycott of playing Taylor Swift songs will begin at 5 p.m. Friday, and last until Tuesday.
“The Eagles-Chiefs Game is Monday night, and we need the Birds to focus! Q102 Loves Taylor Swift as much as the rest of the world but this weekend, the only Swift and Kelce we recognize play for the Birds,” said Q102 air personality and Program Director Buster Satterfield, an apparent reference to running back D’Andre Swift and center Jason Kelce.
The Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce dating situation has been going on for months. All media outlets, including the NFL, have been inundating the public with Swift-Kelce info non-stop.
Taylor up until dating Travis has been a well-known Eagles fan, but now she’s seen with Chiefs paraphernalia on and becoming a regular at Chiefs games.
Swift’s father, Scott Swift, who is an Eagles fan, was also seen wearing a red Kansas City Chiefs lanyard as he watched his daughter perform in Buenos Aires.
The Eagles face the Chiefs in a Super Bowl rematch on Monday Night in Kansas City. This is a huge matchup for both teams, as they are trying to lock up the number one seed in their respective conferences.
The 8-1 Eagles are looking to get their second of the season with a big win.
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