Opinions are like A-holes, we all have one.
- Oct 30, 2012
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- Madison, WI
Both Kelce and Swift are being attacked on Social Media and it isn't due to Swifts career as a singer, nor Kelce's career as a football player. Nor do I think it has anything to do with them suddenly becoming media popular because they ware dating. What it appears to have to do with, are their stances on things outside of their professions. The funny part, because some don't like their viewpoints, those bashing them are somehow saying neither is good at their chosen profession.Swift, Swift-ies, and Kelce don't bother me. In fact I greatly admire Swift for her efforts she makes to her fans. Kelce is one of the greatest TEs ever - I think he passed Gronk on that scale. What I don't like is the TV coverage of having to go to a shot her every few mins. I get that the NFL is exploiting her presence to attract a wider viewership is a shrewd business move. And yes, I would do it if I was in the NFLs position, but I'm not so I don't have to like it!
I've never been a big fan of Swift's music, but it is hard deny her popularity and success in the music industry. As far as Kelce goes, I fully agree with you, he is definitely one of the best TE's to play the game. Of course none of that matters to those who don't agree with their viewpoints.
I've been watching pro sports all my life, anytime there is someone famous in the audience, the Networks zoom in on them. I guess I don't see the cutaway to Swift in the press box any different than the zoom ins they used to do of Deanna Favre or Danica Patrick at a Packer game. Jack Nicholson at a Laker Game, Spike Lee at a Knicks game, a President, etc.