Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce apologizes to Taylor Swift’s dad, Scott Swift, or leaving him hanging on a high-five

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Travis Kelce’s presence at Taylor Swift’s Buenos Aires concert during the Kansas City Chiefs’ bye week created quite a buzz, especially when Swift playfully altered the lyrics of her song “Karma” to humorously reference the Chiefs.

However, the viral moment took an unexpected turn when Travis unintentionally left Taylor Swift’s father, Scott Swift, hanging for a high-five.

In the aftermath of the incident, Travis faced criticism from his brother, Jason Kelce, who called him out for the missed high-five. Acknowledging his mistake, Travis promptly addressed the situation and offered a sincere apology to Scott Swift. In a statement made during the New Heights podcast, presented by Wave Sports and Entertainment, Travis expressed regret, saying, “Yeah, Mr. Swift, I apologize, big guy.

I missed that. I never miss a high-five. Big high-five guy. It’s the most electric thing you can do at an event. Sorry, Mr. Swift.”

Aside from the missed high-five, things seem to be smooth sailing between Travis and Taylor. Travis stood next to Scott almost the entire time during her concert. After her performance, Taylor was seen running into Travis’s arms in another viral clip from the Eras Tour.

On the field, the couple could clash this weekend as the Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles, who Taylor and Scott have long rooted for. The Monday Night Football battle will have additional stakes besides the Super Bowl rematch and brothers facing off. At the game, Swift’s parents are expected to meet Travis’s parents for the first time, per Entertainment Tonight.

With a meet-the-parents, rivalry between brothers, and a Super Bowl rematch, all eyes should be tuned in for the many storylines at the game on Monday Night. More importantly, Travis better not miss another high-five from Scott Swift.