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Ravens troll Taylor Swift with subtle dig during touchdown celebration vs Chiefs


Once again Taylor Swift is in attendance at a Chiefs game.

The Grammy-award winning singer is at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to cheer on rumoured boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Chiefs on in their AFC title clash with the Ravens.


The Ravens players performed the ‘Swag Surfin’ dance moveCredit: X@NFL

The Ravens players are seemingly aware of Swift’s presence and expertly trolled her in the first half after scoring a touchdown.

Kansas City scored first with Patrick Mahomes throwing yet another playoff TD pass to tight end Kelce.

However, Baltimore responded quickly with a 30-yard pass from quarterback Lamar Jackson to wide receiver Zay Flowers.

After reaching the end zone, the Ravens’ offensive players performed the same dance that Swift recently went viral for.

They performed the ‘Swag Surfin’ dance, which Swift and the Chiefs have done earlier this postseason.

The song and dance was on full display at the end of Kansas City’s 26-7 win over the Miami Dolphins on Super Wild Card Weekend.

The Chiefs’ game-day staff began to play the song “Swag Surfin” by the Fast Life Yungstaz (also known as F.L.Y.) which caused the stadium, and Swift, to break out into the dance.

The official NFL account on social media posted video footage of the Ravens players doing the dance with the caption: ‘swag surfin’.

Swift looked on during the second quarter in Baltimore


Swift looked on during the second quarter in BaltimoreCredit: Getty

“Ravens doing that New Taylor swift dance,” one fan on X, formerly Twitter, wrote during the Chiefs-Ravens game.

“They’re doing the Taylor Swift dance thats sweeping the nation!!!,” said another.

Kansas City heads into the second half with a 17-7 lead over Baltimore.

Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker converted from 52 yards with four seconds left in the second quarter to extend KC’s lead by 10.

The field goal came after scores from Kelce and Isiah Pacheco gave the visitors a first-half lead.

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