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Taylor Swift’s dad called ‘traitorous’ for wearing Chiefs gear despite Eagles fandom
a disgruntled Eagles lover tweeted on the X platform.Swift, 71, was spotted sporting the Chiefs gear in a VIP tent at his daughter’s sold-out Buenos Aires show at River Plate Stadium alongside Kelce, 34, a Chiefs tight end, in a photo obtained by the Daily Mail.Some eagle-eyed fans are wondering if Papa Swift is so over the moon about his daughter’s new beau that he has abandoned his allegiance to the Eagles — or if he’s just playing nice.“Scott Swift must adore this man, to join in on the claps at the restaurant and now be wearing a Chiefs lanyard when his team is Eagles all the way,” sighed one person on X.Another joked that there would be a “welcome home cheater” sign on his front door upon his return home.The Swift family has vocally supported the Eagles for years, so the switch-up has football fans taken aback — especially given the Chiefs and Eagles rivalry that played out in the Super Bowl in February.The Chiefs beat the Eagles 38 to 35.“The Chiefs took the Super Bowl and Taylor Swift away from the Eagles. Philly big mad,” another posted on X.Kelce’s older brother, Jason, plays for the Eagles — with fans joking that the Swift family changing teams has probably ruffled his feathers.“Oh Jason’s gonna be maaaaaad’,” tweeted one person.Some are even speculating that the “New Heights” podcast the Kelce brothers host is going to become heated.“Legit can’t wait to [hear] Jason question this on the podcast,” tweeted another.
Taylor Swift’s dating power move has been exposed
now Travis Kelce.She’s also met all their moms.A fling is not getting in the way of Swift meeting your family and that is what we should be talking about.Obviously, at some point in every relationship, you must meet your partner’s mom; usually, it explains so much about them.You leave that brunch thinking, “Oh, no wonder you struggle to process emotions.”Everyone’s timeline looks different, but you usually do introductions once things become serious.Maybe you’ve bought a Koala lounge together, co-hosted a party, or even no longer refer to him as “that guy from Tinder.”Taylor doesn’t wait for that moment.She dives into meeting anyone’s mom, which is the kind of power move most of us can barely process.Yesterday, Taylor sent the world into a spin when she was spotted watching Kelce’s NFL team, the Chiefs, play and win.Sure, she’s dating someone new, and cool, but you know what is interesting she was spotted in the VIP area alongside his mom, watching the game.It’s hard to pin down a complete timeline because Taylor’s known for trying to conduct her dating life in private, but realistically, she’s been dating him for probably a couple of weeks max.It wasn’t that long ago she was spotted holding hands with 1975’s Matty Healy and hanging out with his mom instead.Well, it seems like she’s changed the man and the mom.She was seen laughing, smiling, and vibing with Travis’ mom.It is one thing to win over a man. It is entirely another thing to win over his mom, and it’s a smart and wholesome move.Actually, it’s Swift’s signature move.
How ‘therapy speak’ is being weaponized amid Jonah Hill ‘boundaries’ scandal
misusing psychology vocab to “control” his ex this weekend — have faced criticism for the overuse of “therapy speak,” or “psychobabble,” as a tool of manipulation rather than emotional vulnerability.“Therapy speak,” or the use of psychology jargon without understanding its meaning, has gained traction online — with more than 16 billion views on the TikTok tag — amid calls for more people to seek counseling in recent years.Commonly misused buzzwords such as “gaslighting,” “narcissism” and “trauma” — terms learned in a counselor’s office or, more likely, on your TikTok feed — were initially meant to use as helpful tools for decoding emotions and behaviors, but has been used as a weapon instead.“‘Therapy speak’ becomes dangerous when we utilize it for not just needs, but also desires that come out of insecurity,” Ajax Ammons, a New York City content creator and mental health advocate, told The Post.On Saturday, pro surfer Sarah Brady posted screenshots on Instagram of her alleged texts with Hill, 39.The creator of “Stutz,” a documentary about Hill’s therapist, allegedly demanded Brady to take down photos of herself in bikinis and not talk to other men, claiming those are his relationship “boundaries.” Brady, on the other hand, said this was a “misuse” of the word.“The weaponizing of therapy talk is crazy because you’re learning terminology you used in therapy to get someone to stop doing what they love,” popular creator Tefi Pessoa said in a viral TikTok clip Sunday in reaction to Hill’s supposed “boundaries.” The Post has reached out to Brady and Hill for comment.The discourse over the highly-disputed allegations coincides with a larger push for men, who are less likely to seek mental health treatment, to go to therapy, as
Kevin Costner has no ‘legal basis’ to force estranged wife out of home, her lawyer says
court documents obtained by Insider.“Although the legal basis for Kevin’s request to kick his wife and children out of their home is all but nonexistent, this is still a matter of critical importance for Christine,” Rydell added.Rydell’s statements come after documents showed that the “Yellowstone” star claimed Baumgartner is refusing to leave their house — despite agreeing to their long-standing prenup stating that she had 30 days to vacate after filing for divorce.Baumgartner, 49, filed for divorce from Costner, 68, on May 1, putting her past the 30-day deadline.Documents obtained by TMZ also alleged that the former model isn’t budging as a form of leverage to force Costner to agree to her “various financial demands.”In the court docs uncovered by TMZ, Costner claimed that he is willing to “contribute as part of his child support obligations $30K per month for a rental house and is willing to advance another $10K for her moving costs,” though the actor has allegedly already given his estranged wife more than $1.2 million for his prenuptial obligations.Costner also previously alleged in court documents that Baumgartner charged $95,000 on the actor’s credit card “without prior notice” to lawyers and a forensic accountant.Costner and Baumgartner married in September 2004 and have three kids: Cayden, 16, Hayes, 14, and Grace, 13.
Nick Cannon claims his ‘super sperm’ beats birth control: ‘Still got pregnant’
Nick Cannon revealed his “super sperm” is the reason he has 12 children on Tuesday’s episode of Howie Mandel’s “Does Stuff” podcast.The 42-year-old said he isn’t purposely knocking up his baby mamas since he’s practiced birth control — and women still get pregnant.‘I’m gonna be honest, I got some super sperm or something,” he said, “’cause I’ve practiced birth control, and people still got pregnant.Mandel asked if Cannon is done having kids, and he said: “I guess… yeah? I don’t wanna say yeah, and then, like, you know, it’s the reproductive system… it could happen at any time… I’m good with my dozen.”“I’m trying to be as responsible as I possibly can, learning lesson,” he added.Cannon began his journey into fatherhood in 2011 with his ex-wife and pop diva Mariah Carey when they welcomed their now-11-year-old fraternal twins, Monroe and Moroccan.He also has two sons, Golden Sagon, 6, and Rise Messiah, six months, and a daughter, Powerful Queen,2, with Brittany Bell.Cannon continued using his “sperm super” powers, bringing another set of twins into the world: Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir,1, and a four-month-old daughter named Beautiful Zeppelin with Abby De La Rosa.In 2022, the “Wild ‘n Out” host welcomed his son, Legendary Love, nine months, with Selling Sunset star Bre Tiesi and daughter Onyx Ice, six months, with LaNisha Cole.The “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” actor ended his busy baby-making year with the birth of his daughter, Halo Marie, with Alyssa Scott after losing their son Zen to brain cancer in 2021.“Zen’s time on this earth would be limited. We knew he would not make it to see six months.