Taylor Swift’s fans were left fuming after a football fan allegedly got harassed and booed at the Chiefs’ game at Gillette Stadium.
Supporting her boyfriend Travis Kelce on Sunday, the Bad Blood hitmaker donned a Christmas hat as she cheered on loudly as the Chiefs took the lead against the Patriots.
Attending the game was also a young woman identified as Sara who proudly showed off her customized Taylor Swift jacket only to get verbally harassed by angry football fans.
“@GilletteStadium has always been my home base and my favorite stadium as a born and raised Massachusetts girl but tonight at the @Patriots game I was harassed & audibly booed for being a fan of the opposing team and wearing a jacket with my lifelong idol on it,” she wrote on X.
“This experience was extremely stressful and continued to escalate as the night went on. I was a very peaceful fan cheering for my team in the seat and clothes I paid for. I deserved to be there and I deserved to feel safe doing so.
“I had men directly behind me right in my ear as well as many rows behind me in my section yelling that I was stupid for being a fan of Taylor and many other nasty things that I won’t even put on here for me and honestly Taylor’s sake. It was horrendous.”
Sara went on to say that she was forced to leave the stadium as “literal bullying” got worse and she felt threatened by Taylor Swift haters in the audience.
She also claimed the Patriots fans booed her as she stood up and left.
“All eyes were on me and the discomfort and anxiety I felt should never have happened,” she added.
“I am a @Patriots fan as well. I grew up here. but tonight was definitely an eye opener and I keep looking back on it realizing just how wrong it was. thanks to the men who made me completely uncomfortable. You suck.”
Since her brave admission, Sara received plenty of support from fellow Swifties and Chiefs fans who condemned the football fans’ behavior.
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