American TV personality Bethenny Frankel has shared a pretty savage video message about Taylor Swift.
The 52-year-old Real Housewives of New York City star doesn’t seem too happy about the Shake It Off singer’s new rumoured romance with Kansas City Chiefs footballer Travis Kelce.
Sporting a Kansas City Chiefs jacket in the VIP box, the singer, 33, was spotted cheering on her rumoured beau alongside the 33-year-old tight end’s mother Donna Kelce.
Rumours are certainly heating up that the pair are an item after they were also recently snapped sharing a tender moment. In the photo, obtained by TMZ, the pop megastar can be seen cradling Travis in a loving embrace.
Now Bethenny, who claims to have seen Taylor cheering on Travis at the game, has taken to social media to give her thoughts on the romance.
‘So I’m not a Taylor Swift fan, and I don’t mean that in a negative way. I went to her concert, I had a great time, I have tremendous respect for how hard she works,’ the TV star began, while seemingly doing her night time skincare routine.
After declaring she wasn’t an ‘active fan’ and that she views the Cruel Summer’s romantic antics as ‘fodder,’ Bethenny then went on to accuse the singer of being ‘over the top’ at the game.
‘I did notice that at the game she was really, really over the top as a fan and chumming with the mum, and it felt like the Chia Pet of relationships,’ she said.
‘Like just add water, like they were together for 10 years. Like she’s a full football wife.’
Bethenny continued to explain how football fans value loyalty, and that people are ‘wary of newcomers.’
‘Football’s different from music or going to the MTV awards,’ she said.
‘[Taylor] literally looked like she had been in a serious relationship with this guy for decades.
‘A couple of months ago we saw her on her tour with another guy.’
Here, the TV personality could be referring to Matty Healy, who the Bad Blood hitmaker was rumoured to be dating after he accompanied her on a number of her Eras Tour dates.
‘And I guess, who cares,’ continued Bethenny, before explaining: ‘Except it’s important – and I tell my daughter every day – it’s great to find people you like spending time with, and boys or girls are going to be great and fun, but you’ve got to maintain your own identity and you don’t want to absorb your whole life into someone else’s.
‘Even though it’s fun, you’ve got to keep your two feet on the ground, and be your own person. No one needs to save you.
‘No other person should be your identity.’ Ouch.
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