Taylor Swift has laid down the law in her relationship with Travis Kelce and the NFL star isn’t too happy with some of them, according to a report.
The Kansas City Chiefs tight end has become the center of attention amid his relationship with the pop star and she is said to be cautious about her public image, particularly after his drunken display at the Super Parade. Bowl.
And now, six months into their relationship, the singer reportedly feels like she’s in a position to set some ground rules.
Travis is believed to agree with most of the rules, but some reportedly make him roll his eyes.
One of Taylor’s new rules prohibits the Super Bowl winner from going to strip clubs, which is “fine” to him, but another prohibiting him from posing with female fans left him exasperated, a source said. Lifestyle.
Taylor Swift Has Reportedly Laid Down the Law on Her Relationship with Travis Kelce
Travis Kelce was spotted wearing a t-shirt from a famous Las Vegas strip club in November.
Crazy Horse 3 strip club is just a 15-minute walk from Raiders Stadium.
The football player seems to understand Taylor’s need and talent to shape his $1.1 billion public image, but he reportedly sometimes feels the need to draw the line.
“He has no interest in playing a calculated media game if it will make him think twice about every move he makes. That’s not his style,” the source adds.
Kelce was seen wearing a T-shirt from a famous Las Vegas strip club in November as he left Allegiant Stadium after his Chiefs team beat the Raiders.
The tight end took a moment to greet fans on his way out, and as always, there was a lot of attention on what Taylor Swift’s boyfriend was wearing, given his love of fashion.
And his T-shirt caught attention, as, judging by one fan’s social media posts, it had the words ‘Crazy Horse, Las Vegas’ printed on it – the name of the Sin City strip club, Crazy Horse 3.
It has been confirmed to DailyMail.Com that Kelce was not wearing it as part of a paid sponsorship – it was his own choice to have it on.
Taylor is also supposedly hoping her NFL boyfriend will FaceTime her, instead of texting her, while they are apart over their successful careers. However, this is not a rule as such, but rather a suggestion or request.
‘She didn’t say it openly, but she secretly wants to see where he is and who he is with. “Taylor is a good judge of character and she fears that some of her friends are red flags,” the source told the outlet.
The Super Bowl winner attended the pop star’s concert in Sydney, Australia on Friday.
The 14-time Grammy winner is also said to have something to do with the tight end’s wardrobe.
Travis is known for his fashion talent, especially when it comes to his game day attacks. He even had his Super Bowl look planned before the Chiefs booked his ticket to Las Vegas.
However, the singer is said to have given her an allowance of $500,000 to enhance her appearance with “designer clothes.” The singer’s Super Bowl look alone cost more than $60,000.
“She loves that he likes to take risks with his style choices, but some of his outfits have been suspect,” the source added.
‘It’s on a whole new level of fame, so stepping it up with designer clothes is just part of the deal. Taylor says he’s not changing it, it’s an evolution.
However, the source insisted that the pop icon wasn’t trying to control her NFL boyfriend, but simply help him adjust to the level of attention he’s never seen before.
Neither she nor Travis are telling the other who they can and cannot associate with, as that would be a “relationship breaker.”
Taylor is reportedly acting out of love in an effort to keep her boyfriend’s public image on track and both she and Travis are “committed to doing whatever it takes to strengthen their relationship.”
The tight end is known for his fashion flair, especially when it comes to game day outfits.
The NFL star even had his Super Bowl look planned before the Chiefs booked his ticket.
The report comes after Travis was recently branded a “red flag” for his behavior during and after the Super Bowl.
He came under fire after smiling for a ‘tone deaf’ selfie with a police officer outside a Kansas City restaurant just hours after the horrific shooting at the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade.
Kelce, who can be seen with a beer in hand, was all smiles when he walked into the Granfalloon restaurant and bar the night after the shooting.
According to TMZ, he joined other teammates, who were already inside, for dinner just hours after the chaotic scenes in the city.
He eventually matched Taylor’s donations to the GoFundMe page for the family of Lisa López-Galván, who was killed by gunfire.
He made a pair of $50,000 donations from his charity, Eighty-Seven & Running Foundation.
Terrified parade-goers flee for their lives after gunmen opened fire shortly after the parade.
A drunk Kelce had to be assaulted by his Chiefs teammates at their Super Bowl parade
Kelce could barely get the words out as he attempted to lead a rendition of ‘Friends In Low Places.’
People like Patrick Mahomes and Chris Jones had to intervene to keep him from falling.
That same day, a drunken Kelce could barely speak and stand as he walked on stage in front of a million Chiefs fans at the end of the team’s parade.
Kelce attempted to lead a drunken performance of Garth Brooks’ 1990 country hit ‘Friends In Low Places’ after being handed the microphone.
At the beginning of the song, he modified one of Brooks’ lyrics to take aim at San Francisco, singing, “Blame it on my roots, I showed up in boots and I ruined the Niners thing.”
But after a day of partying in Kansas City, the celebrations seemed to take their toll on Kelce as he struggled to pronounce the lyrics and finish the rest of the song.
Players like Mahomes and Chris Jones were even forced to intervene and stop him from falling at one point, before finally grabbing the microphone from his dazed teammate.
The initial ‘red flag’ came during the Super Bowl itself when Kelce exploded into a fit of rage toward Chiefs coach Reid on the sideline.
The tight end nearly made Reid fall during an incredible sideline collapse in Las Vegas.
Kelce was left apoplectic after not being used during the first half of the Super Bowl in Las Vegas.
With Swift watching at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, the tight end was furious that he didn’t get the ball on a play during the early stages of the game.
Back on the bench, Kelce confronted his 65-year-old coach, before a teammate quickly pulled him aside.
Approaching from the side, cameras captured Kelce running toward the coach and crashing into him, causing him to temporarily lose his balance.
Kelce, 34, then grabbed his coach’s arm as he turned to face him, yelling in his face again, before being pulled away by fellow Chiefs player Jerrod McKinnon.