Travis Kelce’s Red Flags Reek Anger Management Issues. Should Taylor Swift Be Alert?

Last Sunday, the Chiefs clinched the Super Bowl LVIII victory against the 49ers in overtime. The game went down in Las Vegas, but the real drama took place with Chiefs’ tight end, Travis Kelce.

On February 12, 2024, during the Super Bowl, cameras caught Kelce losing his cool with head coach Andy Reid. The heated moment included Kelce slamming into Reid, shouting angrily in his face, and even demanding to be put back in the game. A lip reader caught Kelce’s words, which were something like, “Keep me in. You f–ker! I’m calm now!”

This isn’t the first time Kelce has struggled with anger management. Back in December 2023, during a Christmas Day game against the Raiders, he threw his helmet in frustration about the Chiefs’ lack of offense.

And in July 2023, he threw a punch at teammate Jack Cochrane during a practice drill, triggered by a shove after catching a touchdown pass.

Travis Kelce’s outburst during the Super Bowl caught the attention of Taylor Swift fans, who labeled him a “red flag” in relationships due to his anger issues.

It’s true that unchecked anger can be a concern in relationships, making people feel threatened or unsafe during conflicts.

Despite the drama, Swift was seen celebrating with Kelce after the Chiefs’ win, sharing a kiss on the field.

Taylor Swift kisses Travis Kelce on the field after his Chiefs beat the 49ers in the Super Bowl - The Mainichi

Later, on February 12, 2024, they partied at XS Nightclub in Wynn Las Vegas, where Swift sipped vodka cranberries and Kelce had his signature drink.

They danced to “Love Story,” Kelce led a rendition of “You Belong with Me,” and the party continued into the early morning hours.

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