In recent days, Swifties have turned their attention to Travis Kelce, finding joy in seeing him bring happiness to their idol, Taylor Swift.
However, some enthusiasts have taken their admiration to another level, delving into the realm of scents and inadvertently irking Taylor Swift’s boyfriend.
A fan shared his experience on Wednesday’s episode of Travis Kelce’s New Heights podcast, revealing that he received a “Smells Like Travis Kelce” candle as a Christmas present.
When questioned about a potential partnership with the candle creators, Travis vehemently responded, “I’ve never seen this group in my life.”
Contrary to Travis’s disbelief, these candles do exist, and they’re available on Etsy for anyone, Swiftie or not, to purchase. Jason Kelce, Travis’s brother, questioned the authenticity of the candles, pondering about the possible scents they could emit.
Travis, however, was not amused. “1,000%, they just made that sh– up,” he exclaimed. Despite Jason’s lighthearted approach to the situation, suggesting they get one for the fun of it, Travis sternly opposed, stating, “Oh my god. No, Jason. We’re not f—in’ bringing this onto the f—in’ show.”
In response to Jason’s declaration that he would get one, Travis questioned, “You want to support people just f—ing making nonsense?”
The discussion took a humorous turn when Travis suggested creating a candle that smells like Jason, prompting him to jest about scents like “chicken grease” and describing his older brother’s scent as “a wet boot” and “baby sh–.”
Meanwhile, the spotlight on the couple shows no sign of dimming. The Kansas City Chiefs have released a post-season advertising trailer parodying Hallmark romantic comedies, starring Tyler Hynes and Janel Parrish.
Some fans speculate that the trailer’s cameo is influenced by the romance between Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift.
The trailer, titled “Falling for Football,” revolves around a Chiefs fan torn between his team and true love.
Narrated by comedian Rob Riggle, the story features star-crossed lovers reaching a breaking point when the woman discovers the man tampering with Chiefs merchandise.
“It’s the Chiefs or me!” she demands, creating a captivating narrative that continues to captivate fans’ attention.