TikToker Brianna Chickenfry: I think Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce’s relationship is ‘fake’ and ‘performative’

Not everyone believes Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are the real deal.

In fact, TikToker Brianna Chickenfry thinks the mega-famous couple’s highly publicized relationship is “fake” and “performative.”

During a recent chat with her “BFFs” podcast co-hosts, Dave Portnoy and Josh Richards, Chickenfry questioned the way the pop star and the Kansas City Chiefs tight end behaved last weekend at Swift’s Eras Tour show in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

While performing her hit song “Karma,” Swift, 33, changed the lyrics from “Karma is the guy on the screen, coming straight home to me” to “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me.”

Videos taken by excited attendees showed Kelce, 34, grinning from ear to ear before holding his hands up to his face in shock.

The TikToker questioned the way the couple behaved at the pop star’s Eras Tour show in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The singer’s dad, Scott Swift — who was standing next to the NFL star — even turned to Kelce and cheered in celebration as they danced together in their VIP tent.

After the concert, Taylor waved to adoring fans while walking off stage and then bolted into a smiling Kelce’s arms to give him a big hug and kiss on the lips — their first in public.

“I feel like the more they do s–t like this, I think it’s fake,” Chickenfry, 24, admitted to Portnoy and Richards. “They’re doing it for the cameras, no?”

Swift changed the lyrics of “Karma” to shout out the Chiefs player.
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The two then shared their first public kiss on the lips.

After some pushback from the guys, she elaborated, “Not, like, fake, but why are they doing it? It feels performative. Changing the lyrics, jumping into his arms right when he’s waiting off stage so that everyone sees it?”

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Portnoy and Richards informed Chickenfry, whose real name is Brianna LaPaglia, that the Grammy winner has “never changed the lyrics” of her tracks or “mentioned any names” amid other romances.

“So maybe she’s just really in love,” the Barstool Sports influencer conceded before doubling down on her stance, “but I don’t know, it feels a little … she’s never done anything like that.”

“Maybe she’s just really in love,” Chickenfry eventually conceded.
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Chickenfry, who is dating country musician Zach Bryan, wondered why the athlete couldn’t have “just been waiting behind stage.”

“Does Zach ever jump into your arms like that after a show?” Richards, 21, asked, as Portnoy, 46, added, “Like, he’s never sung at you during a song?”

“No,” she replied. “Maybe we’re not ‘End Game.’

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