Taylor Swift's music has been temporarily banned from a Philadelphia radio station before of the Eagles-Chiefs game.
Taylor Swift and the Philadelphia Eagles have a complicated relationship.
On Wednesday, November 15, the Philadelphia radio show "Bex and Buster," which airs on station Q102, declared that it will not be playing
any of Swift's music leading up to the Eagles vs. Kansas City Chiefs game on Monday, November 20.
"Q102 loves Taylor Swift and the whole Travis [Kelce] and Taylor thing as much as the rest of the world, but this weekend we've gotta focus, so we've been forced to punt Taylor Swift
from the playlist," radio personality Buster Satterfield revealed on Good Day Philadelphia.
"No Taylor Swift will be heard on Q102 all weekend long because there's only one Swift [and] Kelce duo we care about here in the City of Brotherly Love,"
Buster's cohost Bex Maroun said, alluding to Eagles running back D'Andre Swift and Eagles center Jason Kelce, Travis' brother.
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