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The NFL, Taylor’s Version, is taking over the entertainment industry

This year has brought a lot of attention to the world’s favorite pop star, Taylor Swift, and her new bae, Travis Kelce. Kelce’s recent win at the Superbowl was questionable, due to his close relationship with Swift. So fans have been speculating about this connection. Tuesday, March 32 Swift bought the Chiefs to clarify any unfair play in the most recent Super Bowl. 

Swift’s plan is to have all players from the Kansas City Chiefs on her new tour, “The Players Tour.” The Chiefs will all be the backup dancers for Swift in order to gain more male fans at her tour. The purchase is supposedly to gain profit and fame.

Kelce himself is a supporter of this tour because of his relationship with Swift. However, Kelce is currently in hiding due to the large crowd of female fans that have broken into the last three houses he was staying at. 

“Travis Kelce is an avid supporter of the world’s greatest star and we are here for it. Rumor is that he will propose during ‘The Players Tour’ and that all the other teammates on the team will help Travis with the proposal,” said journalist SwiftFan13.

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The turnout of Swift’s purchase has had a lot of negative responses from the football fanbase. They want the sport to continue yet there is no sight of football in the future.

“Concerts will be the only source of entertainment by the year 2030 because of the heavy impact that Taylor Swift has had on the entertainment industry both in and out of the concert floor,” said anthropology professor from Taylor University, John Johnson. 

Both football and music will be formed into the same business and there is nothing that me or you can do to stop this from happening. Taylor Swift has infiltrated her way head-first into the sports industry and sports fans may suffer. 

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Achlys Cisneros, Centerspread Editor
Achlys Cisneros is a senior at Hart High School. This is Cisneros’ third and final year in Hart’s journalism class. She is the Centerspread editor for The Smoke Signal because of her love for graphic design. Outside of school, Cisneros loves to go to the beach and play volleyball with friends. She also is a member of Grace Community Church and enjoys going to her church's youth group.
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