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Bonkers Behind-The-Scenes Video Of Hecklers Screaming At Taylor Swift For 'Ruining Football' Goes Viral

While the pop star did her best to brush off a group of rabid hecklers accusing her of rigging the NFC championship game in favor of the Kansas City Chiefs, fans couldn't help but feel sorry for Swift.

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Some sports fans have grown weary of music sensation Taylor Swift encroaching on their territory by showing up at football games to support her beau, Travis Kelce.

Swift and the Kansas City Chiefs tight end getting romantically linked and her appearances at his games became a highly publicized affair. It led to increases in NFL ticket sales, TV ratings, and demand for Kelce jerseys.

Photos and videos of Swift's regular appearances at games cheering on her man from the VIP suites along with fellow celebrities and Kelce's family members flooded social media.

Even NFL cameras have panned over to Swift's reactions to watching Kelce in action during live TV broadcasts, and the NFL has gotten heat for changing its X (formerly Twitter) banner to a trio of images showing the music star at the games.

The media frenzy and the public's obsession with the coupling seem to have reached a tipping point.

Last month, resentful football fans booed the singer when she appeared on the jumbotron at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, where the Chiefs took on the New England Patriots.

At the time, Swift was sitting in the VIP suite with her dad, Scott Swift, and Brittany Mahomes, the wife of Kelce’s teammate, Patrick Mahomes.

Over the past weekend, she was subjected to the same negative reception to her appearance at a Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens game that was caught on video and went viral.

When the Chiefs won the AFC Championship 17-10, Swift was seen running out on the pitch afterward and embracing Kelce to celebrate the team's victory and its secured spot in the 2024 Super Bowl. Both looked overjoyed.

But as you can imagine, Ravens fans were none too pleased with the defeat, which only exacerbated the bitterness towards Swift.

A clip taken from the stadium's backstage area showed the "Anti-Hero" singer walking with Brittany and being confronted by a heckler who yelled, "You did that sh*t!" referring to the Ravens' loss.

Swift casually replied:

"I didn't do anything."

As she continued walking with a smile on her face fresh from the glow of the Chiefs' win, another miserable fan tried to yuck her yum and bellowed:

“Hey Taylor, you’re ruining football! You’re ruining football!”

But because we know all too well that haters gonna hate, she shook it off and continued on with her business.

After all, she's damned if she does give a damn what people say.

You can see the clip here.

The internet had Swift's back.

Users pointed out what really ruined football.

The burning question now that the Chiefs qualify for the Super Bowl is whether Swift will be able to attend when she has stadiums of her own to play in.

The international leg of her phenomenally successful Eras Tour resumes in Tokyo, Japan, on February 7.

The Grammy winner is scheduled to wrap up the last of her four-day engagement at the Tokyo Dome on February 10, the night before the big game kicks off in Las Vegas at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 pm PT.

Experts say she can theoretically "Come Back...Be Here" to the Super Bowl most likely via one of her two private jets.