A former NFL star has claimed that Kanye West was removed from his VIP seats at the Super Bowl and booted from the Allegiant Stadium to stop the rapper “stealing the limelight” from Democratic Party operative Taylor Swift.
In recent weeks, the corporate media has been ramping up wall-to-wall its coverage of Swift as she prepares to make her official endorsement of Democrat President Joe Biden’s 2024 campaign.
In an effort to win over football fans for the Democrats, the sport has become dominated by reports on Swift and her relationship with Kansas City Chiefs player Travis Kelce.
The pop singer has attended several of the tight end’s NFL games and has become the main focus of the liberal media’s attention, being shown on broadcasts watching on from her VIP suites.
This campaign culminated during the Super Bowl, with media coverage of Swift almost drowning out the event.
However, Kanye West, who has been a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump in the past, was also in Las Vegas over the weekend and had VIP tickets for the big game.
After he arrived at the event, Swift and her handlers reportedly feared West may upstage her.
According to former NFL star Brandon Marshall, West was removed from the stadium so he couldn’t “steal the limelight” from Swift.
Marshall, a former wide receiver who played for a number of teams during his NFL career, alleged that Kanye, a magnet for media attention, had seats at Allegiant Stadium in front of Swift’s VIP box.
But his alleged plans were foiled, according to Marshall.
He claims that Swift “made a call” to have West and his wife Bianca Censori removed from the stadium entirely.
Marshall suggested that West’s seats were close enough to Swift’s suite that he likely would have been visible when the cameras would inevitably cut to the girlfriend of Kelce.
“Taylor Swift gets p****d off,” Marshal said on the “I AM ATHLETE” podcast.
“She boom boom makes a call or two. Everybody’s involved.
“He gets kicked out the stadium.”
It’s unclear where Marshall got the information but West was not spotted in the crowd at the Super Bowl.
However, he was seen arriving at the event with Censori as both were wearing attention-grabbing all-black outfits with bizarre Mexican wrestling-style masks.
West’s mask appeared to feature a crucifix on the front.
The rapper has not commented on why he didn’t make it to his seats.