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Tom Brady Calls Chiefs’ Taylor Swift Fans ‘14-Year-Old Girls’ & Roasts Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce’s Team for Being Relevant in Last 5 Years



The NFL icon suffered a fair roasting of his own at the hands of Kevin Hart, former teammates Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski, Bill Belichick and even Kim Kardashian during his Netflix live roast.

However, after the onslaught of jokes about ex-wife Gisele and Spygate, the former quarterback had the chance of his own at a few quips.

And the seven-time Super Bowl winner seized the opportunity to take aim at the reigning champions, the Chiefs.

The 46-year-old blasted Patrick Mahomes and co. about their newfound fanbase, suggesting Arrowhead Stadium is mainly filled with Swifties – the fans of Travis Kelce‘s girlfriend, Taylor Swift.

Tom Brady ripped the Kansas City Chiefs over the team’s new fanbase of Taylor Swift fans

‘Kansas City, you say your stadium is the loudest. It helps when your fans are 14 year old girls…,’ he said, referencing the Swifties increased interest in the franchise amid their idol’s romance with the star tight end.

‘And in honor of TayTay, let’s take a look at the Chiefs Eras; Terrible for 50 years, good for five. SHAKE IT OFF,’ Brady added, with nods to Swift’s Eras Tour and hit song.

The Chiefs won their third Super Bowl in five years in February with many fans claiming it put Mahomes and co. on track for the claim to a dynasty like the New England Patriots of Brady’s era.

And Kansas City’s latest victory came in front of Swift as the popstar cheered on her tight end boyfriend from a VIP suite in Allegiant Stadium as the Chiefs took down the San Francisco 49ers in overtime.

The songstress has been credited with attracting a new demographic of younger, female fans to the NFL this season.

The songstress attended the Super Bowl in February with A-List pals, including Blake Lively

Five million more female viewers tuned in for the championship game than last year’s Super Bowl.
Women overall tuned at higher levels overall, with a nine percent raise, to 58.8million. Women accounted for 47.5 percent of the total Super Bowl audience, narrowing the gap with its male counterparts to 6.14million this year.

Women watching the championship game on CBS and Univision posted a 24 percent jump from last year’s Super Bowl, up to 3.95million from 3.18million.

Girls ages 12-17 reached an 11 percent increase, to 2.91million. Boys the same age only increased in viewership by six percent.

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