Hillary Clinton's congratulatory message to Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs puts a surprising twist on the Super Bowl festivities and has sparked amazement across the internet. The former foreign minister opted for an unconventional shout-out to X, which sparked a flood of reactions on social media.
“Congratulations to Taylor's friend – and the entire Kansas City Chiefs community!” Mrs. Clinton wrote, referring to Kelce's relationship with pop superstar Taylor Swift.
See the message here:
Congratulations to Taylor's friend – and the entire Kansas City Chiefs community! 💕🏈
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 12, 2024
Mrs. Clinton's post left netizens both amused and in disbelief. While some found humor in the reference, others thought it was posted from a parody account.
One user commented: “I can't believe this tweet is real.”
Another user wrote, “Taylor Swift knows a winning team if she picks it…Kansas City -AND- the Democrats for the win!”
“She won, now you can win by taking your rightful place as Madam President. We need it,” the third user commented.
“I think we all knew Taylor Swift's boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs would win the Super Bowl,” the fourth user wrote.
The fifth user asked, “You didn't even show him enough respect to use his real name?”
Meanwhile, pop sensation Taylor Swift beamed with joy as her boyfriend Travis Kelce's Kansas City Chiefs won the 2024 Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas. The couple shared a kiss and a warm hug at the stadium after the Chief's big win. “Oh my God,” she told him as she gave him a big hug and several kisses. “Unbelievable!” she added as she patted him on the back, according to Page Six. Kelce and the Chiefs defeated the 49ers 25 to 22 in overtime at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Taylor Swift ran onto the field, where she was seen hugging and kissing her boyfriend.
Several photos and videos of the couple kissing and cuddling on the field went viral on social media and fans showered their praises. The Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy and their third Super Bowl in five seasons.