Travis Kelce, the tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, is getting some attention from Taylor Swift’s fans due to his old social media posts. His posts include an appreciation for chicken Alfredo, squirrel fascination, and a disregard for math class. These followers are causing Kelce’s old tweets to resurface, with many sharing their reactions and roasting him for his interesting tweets.
It’s common for internet sleuths to comb through celebrities’ old social media history, especially those who are newly famous or have recently gone viral, to check for any previous wrongdoing or problematic comments. Kelce, who already has a name for himself among NFL fans, is now being scrutinized by many Swift followers who are just getting to know him.
Swift’s fans have been scrounging through Kelce’s old posts on X (formerly Twitter) and offering fresh takes on what they say about him. Some fans are even comparing Kelce’s posts to Swift’s activity during the same time frame.
Many of Kelce’s old posts have caught the attention of social media users, such as an occasion in 2010 where he tweeted about the Olive Garden. In another post from 2011, he misspelled the name of the restaurant Chipotle as “Chipolte.” His tweets have attracted a lot of attention, with some posts going viral and receiving thousands of views.
Some of Kelce’s tweets, however, contain more negative content, including one from 2010 where he judged people based on their appearances. Kelce also reportedly deleted a tweet in which he denied cheating on a former partner.
Despite the controversy, some social media influencers and Swifties find Kelce’s old tweets endearing and relatable. Although some fans have expressed concern about his past tweets, others believe that as long as Kelce makes Swift happy, his past tweets shouldn’t matter.
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