As the entire world knows, Taylor Swift appeared at yet another Kansas City Chiefs game on Sunday, which many feel solidifies the speculated romance between her and Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
Barstool Sports podcaster Dan Katz, however, is not sold because he has yet to see proof—i.e. a sex tape.
“If Taylor Swift is going to be taking over our Sunday’s I’m going to need to see a sex tape. These are my demands.”
But that's not all.
He also shared a clip from his show Pardon My Take in which he said (among other things):
“If Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift release a sex video, I’ll consummate this relationship and be like, 'Fine.' Until I see some d*ck in vagina. P in V, otherwise it’s not real. I want to see insertion.”
You can watch below.
WARNING: NSFW language
Many viewers of the clip—including Katz's own fans—were not impressed.
One person to use her platform to call out the podcaster's comments was actor Rachel Zegler, who pointed out that society uses "jokes" to be sexist and unapologetic for "saying horrible things about women without suffering the consequences."
She first wrote:
“It’s not news that the media is particularly (and unwarrantedly) cruel to Taylor Swift but the way men feel entitled to speak about women, their bodies, and their sex lives needs to be seriously evaluated."
WARNING: NSFW language
"You will never see people speaking this way about a man. That goes for a lot of different scenarios."
"We do not pick apart men's attitudes and relationships the way we do women's. And it's not always just men who speak this way about us."
"Women can and do, too. It sucks."
She then wrote:
"Leave Taylor Swift alone!"
Many on social media applauded the actor for calling out the podcaster and agreed the comments were not at all okay.
how i love rachel zegler— net \ud83d\uddfd (@net \ud83d\uddfd) 1696371789
Zegler also had a message for the misogynists commenting that Katz was "just making a joke."
"Seeing a lot of 'it's a joke' but you've got to understand that since the beginning of time 'you can't take a joke' has been synonymous with 'let me say a horrible thing about women without suffering the consequences' - we're sick and tired!"
"It's never been funny! Get a life!"
We couldn't agree more.