Kansas City Chiefs Owner unveils 5 request from Taylor Swift : ‘we all know what that means ‘ why Travis kelce might decline

Kansas City Chiefs Owner unveils 5 request from Taylor Swift : 'we all know what it means ' why Travis kelce might decline


Taylor Swift has officially been inducted into the Chiefs Kingdom!

While speaking at an event for Athletes in Action in Ohio on Saturday, June 15, the owner and CEO of the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, Clark Hunt, was thrown a question about the Grammy-winning singer — and he had a lot to say.


Asked if Swift, 34, is part of the Chiefs Kingdom, Hunt, 59, didn’t mince words.

“She is, absolutely,” he said, per a video posted by an attendee on TikTok, referring to the fact that although Swift was performing in Liverpool, England, and couldn’t attend her boyfriend Travis Kelce’s ring ceremony with the Chiefs and other WAGs, she made sure to be there virtually.

On Thursday, June 13, Swift joined Chariah Gordon’s Instagram Live video of the event, despite it being a very odd hour for her to be up in Liverpool.

She made several comments on the stream, including, “JOINING THE PARTY FROM LIVERPOOL,” and “AND WE GET ANOTHER YEAR OF MECOLE,” referring to the Chiefs resigning wide receiver Mecole Hardman Jr.

Hunt referred to Swift’s comments on the livestream in his answer on Saturday.

“She sent a social media communication that used the word ‘we,’ ” he said. “So she is definitely part of the Chiefs Kingdom.”

He went on to call Swift’s involvement in the NFL during the 2023-2024 season “an amazing storyline” and even commented on her relationship with Kelce, 34.

“First of all, we’re so happy for Travis and Taylor — what a great couple,” he said, adding that the Hunt family have been Swifties for “a very long time.”

“It’s now nice to have her as big fans [SIC] of the Chiefs,” he concluded his answer.

However, when asked how many of the pop star’s songs he could name, he hilariously side-stepped the question, saying his daughters, Ava and Gracie Hunt, would be better people to ask about Swift’s body of work.

The CEO also avoided quantifying Swift’s financial impact on the sports organization. But to illustrate how big it’s been, he said that the week after she attended her first Chiefs home game, he went to NFL headquarters and people in the office were “giddy.”