Taylor Swift reacts to being booed by the NFL fans at Patriots vs Chiefs game while she supported boyfriend Travis Kelce

Taylor Swift has reacted to being booed by NFL fans while supporting boyfriend Travis Kelce at the Patriots vs Chiefs game – as Swifties took to social media to rally behind their idol and blast sports enthusiasts for their ‘ridiculous’ behavior.

The 34-year-old Cruel Summer hitmaker — who has been engulfed in a whirlwind romance with the Kansas City Chiefs tight end — received a storm of boos while attending the Chiefs vs. New England Patriots game at Gillette Stadium on Sunday.

In response to the criticism, the songstress turned to new bestie Brittany Mahomes and attempted to ignore the hate.

The game certainly pulled on heart strings for Taylor as she was pictured jumping up and screaming after Travis got pushed – however, her boyfriend ultimately left with a win.

And while it may have been all smiles at the end of the game, the beginning appeared challenging for Taylor.

Since attending her first NFL game in September, the singer has been at odds with sports fans – with many of them considering her a distraction.

NFL even faced fierce backlash when they changed their Twitter banner to a series of shots of the popstar.

On Sunday’s game, Gillette Stadium showed Taylor on the big screen and fans immediately showed their dislike for the singer.

After being met with an onslaught of boos, Taylor turned to Brittany and shrugged.

According to BuzzFeed, the singer said: ‘I knew this was coming.’

Fans then flooded social media to slam the sports enthusiasts for hating on the Bad Blood hitmaker.

One person said: ‘Taylor being booed at the Chiefs game tonight is so ridiculous… people need to relearn how to be decent human beings.’

Someone else added: ‘I just know if Taylor finds out some of her fans were booed out of their section at the Chiefs/Pats game today simply for being fans of her she would throw a fit omfg.’

Another user explained that she was even booed for wearing Taylor merch while attending the game.

She said: ‘Bad experience. Gillette has always been my home base and my favorite stadium as a born and raised Massachusetts girl but tonight at the game, I was harassed and audibly booed for being a fan of the opposing team and wearing a jacket with my lifelong idol on it.

‘This experience was extremely stressful and continued to escalate as the night went on. I was a very peaceful fan cheering for my team in the seat and clothes I paid for. I deserved to be there and I deserved to feel safe doing so.’

However, another user said that fans shouldn’t take the response to the singer’s face on the big screen personally.

‘Look, I love Taylor but her fans need to relax over her getting booed. She was representing the opposing team. Sports fans boo their rivals and those supporting them. It’s not personal,’ they added.

Taylor was previously booed while attending a game at MetLife Stadium to cheer on her boyfriend.

The singer was most recently named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year and spoke about her relationship with the NFL player and his fans in an interview to mark the occasion.

She said: ‘I don’t know how they know what suite I’m in. There’s a camera, like, a half-mile away, and you don’t know where it is, and you have no idea when the camera is putting you in the broadcast, so I don’t know if I’m being shown 17 times or once.

‘I’m just there to support Travis. I have no awareness of if I’m being shown too much and pissing off a few dads, Brads, and Chads.’

The pop superstar, whose massive 66-date tour earned her billionaire status this year, beat Vladimir Putin, Barbie, King Charles and Sam Altman, among others shortlisted for the honor.

Last year, the honor was bestowed upon Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the ‘Spirit of Ukraine’ after the Russia-Ukraine conflict dominated headlines.

‘This is the proudest and happiest I’ve ever felt, and the most creatively fulfilled and free I’ve ever been… It feels like the breakthrough moment of my career, happening at 33,’ Swift said in an interview for the cover of the magazine in which she’s described as a ‘master storyteller of the modern era.’

Taylor’s year included the wildly popular Eras Tour and concert movie, the release of her reimagined 1989 album, and her closely watched relationship with tight end Travis. She’s even the subject of college courses.

The singer spoke of her relationship with Travis for the first time publicly, sharing it started with a comment on the podcast the football star shares with his brother.

She also spoke about the insane workout regimen that helped her prepare for her Eras Tour – from running on a treadmill while singing to quitting all alcohol.

The 34-year-old singer’s impressive, three-hour-and-15-minute concert sees her perform a whopping 44 songs from her decade-long career while undergoing a multitude of costume changes.

Taylor and Travis’s budding romance first came to light when the songstress was seen attending the Chiefs game as the team competed against the Chicago Bears in late September.

As their romance continues to stay in the spotlight, Travis recently gave his girlfriend the adorable nickname Tay.