Is Travis Kelce the inspiration for Taylor Swift’s new song?

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Travis Kelce (left) and Taylor Swift

LOS ANGELES, April 20: Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce has sparked speculation that he might be the subject of one of Taylor Swift’s new songs from her latest album, “The Tortured Poets Department.” The song in question, “So High School,” contains lyrics that some fans believe reference Kelce, including lines like “Truth, dare, spin bottles/You know how to ball, I know Aristotle” and “I feel like laughin’ in the middle of practice/To that impression you did of your dad again.”

Fueling the speculation, the social media account for Kelce’s podcast, New Heights, posted a humorous old clip of Kelce and his brother Jason impersonating their father, Ed. In the clip, the brothers jest about their dad’s insistence on them finishing mashed potatoes with five sticks of butter, with the caption: “Those Papa Kelce impressions are just too good.”

The timing of the post, coming amidst speculation about Kelce’s potential involvement in Swift’s song, delighted fans, with many praising the social media team for their cleverness. Comments poured in from Swift’s fanbase, known as the Swifties, expressing amusement and excitement over the connection between Kelce and Swift’s music.

This isn’t the first time Kelce and his family have been linked to Swift. Last year, the brothers joked about Swift’s encounter with their father during a game against the Denver Broncos. Reflecting on the moment, they teased about the unpredictability of their father’s conversations, adding to the playful banter surrounding Kelce’s possible connection to the pop star’s music.

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