Taylor Swift had Kanye West ‘kicked out’ of Super Bowl for buying seats in front of her, claims ex-NFL star

Since the electrifying Super Bowl weekend, there’s been no shortage of buzz surrounding the event. From Usher’s captivating halftime performance to the thrilling match itself, opinions have been flying regarding everything from commercials to trailers aired during the spectacle.

Amidst the flurry of stories, Taylor Swift, as expected, found herself at the center of media attention, thanks in part to her blossoming romance with Travis Kelce, which has been a hot topic for months.

However, amidst reports of the couple’s post-game displays of affection, a new rumor has surfaced, courtesy of former NFL star Brandon Marshall, involving none other than the enigmatic Kanye West.

Marshall, a 13-season veteran wide receiver, attended the Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday, sharing a suite with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. On Monday morning, Marshall stirred the pot on his Paper Route podcast by making a bold claim: Taylor Swift allegedly orchestrated Kanye West’s removal from the Super Bowl after the rapper purchased seats in front of her suite.

Initially, Marshall mistakenly identified Swift as Katy Perry, stating that West had bought a ticket in front of Perry’s booth, intending to have his face appear on camera whenever Perry was shown. However, Marshall later corrected himself, alleging that Swift became upset and made calls resulting in West’s expulsion from the stadium.

Marshall’s allegations, if true, would be significant, given the history between Swift and West, particularly stemming from the infamous incident at the 2009 VMAs when West interrupted Swift’s acceptance speech.

West’s representative swiftly denounced Marshall’s claims, labeling them as baseless rumors. According to TMZ, the rep stated, “This is a completely fabricated rumor. It is not true.”

Despite the swift denial, Marshall’s assertions have sparked widespread speculation and discussion, adding another layer of intrigue to an already eventful Super Bowl weekend.