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Ye Shuts Down Rumor That Taylor Swift Had Him Kicked Out Of The Super Bowl

After ex-NFLer Brandon Marshall claimed Swift had the rapper ejected from the Super Bowl after he bought a ticket right in front of her suite, Ye's team told 'TMZ' that it's a 'fabricated rumor.'

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Ye said nay to a widely-circulated claim about Taylor Swift thwarting his scheme of sabotaging her appearance at the Super Bowl in Las Vegas.

A rumor began circulating about the Eras Tour megastar having her former music adversary kicked out of the Super Bowl after the rapper allegedly bought seats deliberately in front of the VIP suite where Swift was watching her beau, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, and his teammates crush it out on the Allegiant stadium field.

TMZ reported that former NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall made the wild claim on his Paper Routepodcast this week.

But Ye and his team quickly put the kibosh on those allegations and told the media outlet:

"This is a completely fabricated rumor. It is not true."

Photos showed Ye attending the Super Bowl seated in the Raising Cane's suite with his wife Bianca Censori.

In his podcast earlier this week, Marshall told listeners he had some "tea" to spill about Ye attending the Big Game on Sunday.

He claimed:

"Kanye West buys a ticket right in front of Taylor Swift’s booth, so any time they were going to be showing [Taylor Swift], Kanye’s face was going to be there."
"He had a mask on… typical Kanye."

Marshall went on to claim how the "Anti-Hero" singer allegedly responded to seeing Ye within close proximity to her.

"So Taylor Swift gets p*ssed off. She, boom boom, makes a call or two, everybody’s involved."

Social media users weighed in after becoming wise to the fabrication.

Maybe there's a silver lining in all of this.

Marshall added Ye was forcibly ejected from the stadium while the rapper was "trying to leverage her celebrity to make some…so you gotta go back to their beef."

The widely publicized "Bad Blood" between Ye and Swift dates back to the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards when Ye crashed Swift's acceptance speech for winning Video of the Year and declared Beyoncé "hadone of the best videos of all time!"

He has since apologized for the on-stage ambush.

In 2016 however, Ye was slammed for provocative lyrics in the song "Famous" in which he made a derogatory reference to Swift.

His ex-wife Kim Kardashian defended him at the time and shared a secretly recorded conversation between the two artists allegedly discussing the song before it was released.