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WATCH: Travis Kelce hints new Taylor Swift song IS about him via New Heights post showing his impressions of his dad, Ed – and the Swifties go crazy!

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Travis Kelce has seemed to subtly hint that one of Taylor Swift’s new songs is about him – with a very telling social media post coming from his New Heights podcast.

Swift released 31 songs on her new record – The Tortured Poets Department – this week including one called ‘So High School’ which appears to be referencing the Kansas City Chiefs star.

As well as lyrics such as ‘ Truth, dare, spin bottles/You know how to ball, I know Aristotle’, Swift also sings: ‘I feel like laughin’ in the middle of practice/To that impression you did of your dad again’.

 

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And as social media speculated on Travis being the subject of the song, the New Heights social media account shared a hilarious old clip on Friday night of Travis and older brother Jason doing an impression of their father, Ed.

The brothers joke about their dad making them eat all their mashed potatoes ‘with five sticks of butter’ as kids and telling them to be thankful, with the caption: ‘Those Papa Kelce impressions are just too good.’

The Swifties loved the timing of the post, commenting underneath: ‘New heights social media intern is QUICK with these references.’

Another said: ‘Y’all know exactly how to make swifites smile.’

A different fan said: ‘Ed has made it into the Taylorverse already.’

Last year, the brothers also joked about Swift’s first meeting with their Dad at the October 12 game against Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium.

‘If you were watching the game, you saw something momentous happen,’ Jason said on their following show.

‘Momentous,’ said Travis, laughing in agreement.

‘He shouldn’t be talking to Taylor Swift,’ Jason joked. ‘If you see Dad talking to someone and you can’t hear what’s happening, who knows where that conversation is going.’

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