During her Eras Tour stop in Argentina on Saturday night, Taylor Swift playfully adjusted the lyrics to the closing number “Karma” to subtly acknowledge Travis Kelce, a move that didn’t go unnoticed by fans. Instead of the original line “karma is the guy on the screen,” the Grammy winner was heard singing, “karma is the guy on the Chiefs,” a clever reference to the NFL star’s team, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Discussing this memorable moment in the latest episode of his podcast, Travis Kelce expressed his surprise at the lyrical change, as captured by a video recorded by an Argentine fan at the gig. Kelce’s reaction was so evident that he unintentionally left Taylor’s dad hanging for a high-five. “Mr. Swift, I apologize, big guy,” Travis mentioned during the podcast. “I missed that. I never miss a high-five too.” The NFL star added, “I was enjoying myself down there in Buenos Aires. The show was even more electric knowing that I had a little bit more to enjoy it for, and yeah, Taylor absolutely ripped it. She killed it, and it looked like she was having some fun out there.”
Since September, Taylor and Travis have been making waves in the headlines.