Megyn Kelly came out and said what surely millions of Americans are thinking when it comes to Taylor Swift, which is that they are sick of having the pop diva shoved down their throats by both the NFL and network television when they tune in to watch a football game.
It was bad enough when cameras panned to the luxury VIP box every time Swift’s boyfriend, Kansas City Chief’s tight end Travis Kelce, touched the ball to capture her reaction, but in the Super Bowl viewers were treated to her anticipation and reaction to plays over and over — interestingly, the cameras were not so quick to pan to Swift when her boyfriend violently assaulted head coach Andy Reid on the sideline.
The infatuation with the singer who supported Joe Biden in 2020 was so over-the-top some fans talked about boycotting the big game. Enough is enough. As the former Fox News host said, “She’s not Jesus!”
“I’m just sick of the over-celebration of Taylor being a normal person moments,” Kelly said on her podcast. “Like I don’t give a sh*t what she’s doing in the box.”
“I don’t give a sh–t what Taylor Swift is doing in the box. I don’t want to see her after every single play…She’s not Jesus!”@MegynKelly slams Taylor Swift “overload” at the Super Bowl. Subscribe and watch the FULL clip – https://t.co/FVMtkA2JKe pic.twitter.com/QUobVMZ1mN
— The Megyn Kelly Show (@MegynKellyShow) February 12, 2024
For the record, Forbes puts the singer’s net worth at an estimated $1.1 billion — on the low end.
“I don’t wanna see her after every single play,” she continued. “You don’t show the other players, wives or girlfriends after every play they make and they’ve been around with the Chiefs a lot longer than Taylor has. I’m sick of it.”
Kelly pointed to a conversation between Swift and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who is eagerly exploiting her relationship with Kelce to draw additional interest in his product, essentially leveraging short-term gain at the expense of the good of the game. Then again, this is the man who caved entirely to the Marxist-influenced Black Lives Matter movement.
“I don’t care that he’s excited she’s bringing new eyeballs. I’ve had it up to here. She’s a good songwriter and a good singer,” Kelly said. “She’s not Jesus. This is how they treat her and I don’t, maybe it’s just me, I’ve had it.”
Hell, the NFL even endorsed Swift chugging beers on one of the biggest stages in the world as countless young children looked on.
— NFL (@NFL) February 12, 2024
Kelly certainly had her share of supporters on the matter… here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story, as seen on X:
If Taylor came out for Trump she’d get the Elon treatment never seen on the News again and investigated for everything
— AppSame (@AppSame) February 13, 2024
— judy lack (@judylack1970) February 13, 2024
Trust me, Megyn…you are definitely NOT the only one sick to death of the media infatuation with Taylor Swift. It’s vomit inducing. I have the same feelings about ANY celebrity that is overblown and over saturated in the media. I do not care about their every move.
— FreedomLover651 (@FreedomLover651) February 13, 2024
— NWTX Chick (@SheilaS01019483) February 13, 2024
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Author: Tom Tillison
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