Sorry, Travis Kelce: Eagles Playfully Brag About Victory Over Chiefs With Taylor Swift Friendship Bracelet

The Kansas City Chiefs may soon have bad blood with the Philadelphia Eagles, who playfully bragged about their recent victory over Travis Kelce’s team with a Taylor Swift-themed jab on Twitter.


Shortly after beating the Chiefs 21-17 at Arrowhead Stadium Monday night (Nov. 20), the Eagles’ official team Twitter account shared a photo of a green and silver handmade bracelet, complete with lettered beads that spelled out: “Eagles Win.”

“In our winning era,” boasted the team, which is home to Kelce’s older brother Jason Kelce, who plays center.

Fans were quick to jokingly call out the Eagles for invoking Swift in order to more personally tease Travis’ team of reigning Super Bowl champions. Not only are friendship bracelets a key hallmark of the “Karma” singer’s Eras Tour, but the younger Kelce himself notably tried unsuccessfully to give Swift his phone number via friendship bracelet at an Eras stop in Kansas City weeks before the pair started dating.

“OH THIS LEVEL OF SHADE IS ASTRONOMICAL,” commented one fan on the Eagles’ post, adding a slew of crying face emojis.

“First class Trolling!!” wrote another person.

Swift herself wasn’t in attendance at the Eagles-Chiefs showdown, instead spending Monday making up an Eras concert in Rio de Janeiro that had been postponed due to extreme temperatures. The pop star’s weekend dates in Brazil were also marked by the death of Ana Clara Benevides Machado, a 23-year-old fan who passed away after attending Friday’s show at Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos.

Still, one Kansas City fan made sure Swift was at the game in spirit by bringing a homemade sign referencing the 12-time Grammy winner’s “Karma” lyric change at an Argentina concert earlier this month: “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs.” In a TikTok posted by ESPN, Travis waves at the fan and seemingly smiles at her poster.

See the Eagles’ Swift-inspired friendship bracelet diss below:

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