Adele has had enough of football fans criticizing Taylor Swift. While discussing the Super Bowl during her latest concert, the “Hello” singer took a moment to address Swift’s mistreatment at football games. Due to her highly-publicized relationship with NFL star Travis Kelce, Swift has been unneccessarily heckled while attending her boyfriend’s matches over the past few months. So, to show her support for Swift amid the criticism, Adele told haters to “get a f*cking life.”
Adele Defends Taylor Swift During Las Vegas Residency
On Saturday, Feb. 10, Adele brought up Swift while performing in Las Vegas as part of her Weekends With Adele concerts. Since the Super Bowl is happening right in Sin City, the star paused her show to reveal which team she’s rooting for in the big game. She said she hopes the Kansas City Chiefs win because they have Swift on their side due to her relationship with Kelce.
The songstress began dating the football tight end last summer. She’s attended several of Kelce’s games throughout the course of their relationship. Since she’ll likely cheer on her boyfriend at the Super Bowl, Adele shared some choice words for those who may have an issue with Swift’s appearance at the game.
All of you complaining about Taylor being there, get a f*cking life.
That wasn’t all. The singer defended Swift by saying she’s made football “more enjoyable to watch” this season.
Adele’s support comes just two weeks after football fans heckled Swift at M&T Bank Stadium. During the AFC Championship, one heckler was caught on video accusing Swift of “ruining football.” The star ignored the hate comment, however, as she continued smiling while making her way inside the stadium.
Despite the controversy surrounding her football appearances, Swift is still rumored to be attending the Super Bowl. According to the New York Post, she is already back in the United States after performing four concerts in Tokyo. So, luckily for Swifties, it seems the criticism hasn’t stopped her from publicly supporting her boyfriend, especially at his biggest game yet.