Taylor Swift's friend accused of showing 'high horse' attitude to stadium staff

 February 1, 2024

Taylor Swift's friend Brittany Mahomes is facing allegations that she displayed a "high horse" attitude towards a stadium employee in Baltimore this past Sunday. 

That's according to the Daily Mail, which noted that Mahomes was at the stadium to watch Swift's boyfriend Travis Kelce help his Kansas City Chiefs teammates score a victory over the Baltimore Ravens.

TikTok users divided over Mahomes behavior

Video footage later emerged on TikTok which showed Mahomes and several others walking through the stadium. At one point she can be seen asking an employee, "Where do we go from here?" while spinning her finger in a circular motion.

While the Daily Mail noted that there was no indication that the employee was offended, some TikTok users accused Mahomes of being arrogant.

Yet others came to her defense, with one user writing, "Honest question can someone explain to me how brittany twirling her finger at an employee rude? I mean she's not snapping her fingers."

Another user wrote, "Not a Mahomes celebrity fan, but wife did nothing rude in the video. She simply asked a question. Much ado about nothing."

The controversy came less than a month after an earlier incident in which Mahomes was accused of being "unpleasant" to staff at a Los Angeles hotel.

Fox News host suggests Taylor Swift could be a government plant

However, Mahomes continues to receive far less attention than her famous friend Swift, who has recently become the focus on political speculation.

In January, Fox News host Jesse Watters suggested that Swift could be part of a propaganda exercise put together by the intelligence community.

"Around four years ago, the Pentagon psychological operations unit floated turning Taylor Swift into an asset during a NATO meeting. What kind of asset? A [psychological operation] of combating online misinformation," Watters told viewers.

Swift mentioned at NATO conference

Watters then cut to a 2019 video clip shot at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) in Tallinn, Estonia.

The footage showed a woman saying, "You came here wanting to understand how to just go out there and counter an information operation."

"The idea is social influence can help encourage or promote behavior change, so potentially as a 'peaceful' information operation," she continued.

The woman then went on to highlight an image of the pop singer, stating, "I include Taylor Swift in here because she's...a fairly influential online person."

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