Taylor Swift's music has been banned from a Philadelphia radio station in advance of Travis Kelce's Eagles-Chiefs game.

"This weekend, it's really important that we show our support for the Birds," Q102 radio personality Nugget stated before of Sunday's game.

This weekend, Philadelphia Swifties will have to pick their radio stations carefully.

Taylor Swift's music will be banned by local radio station Q102 before of the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl 57

rematch game at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday owing to her relationship with Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

"While Q102 loves Taylor Swift and can't get enough of her, this weekend it's really important we show our support for the Birds," 

 said Q102 presenter Nugget in an interview with CBS News Philadelphia.

Swift's song will reportedly return to the station on Tuesday when the game's outcome is determined.

Nugget isn't the only Philadelphia resident mocking Swift, 33, for her ties to Travis, 34, and the Chiefs before of Sunday's game

Patti LaBelle echoed a similar attitude in an interview on Friday's broadcast of The Tamron Hall Show.

"All right, let me say something. Back up, Taylor and all your 'Swifties,' boo-boo," shouted the "Lady Marmalade."

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