Was Kanye West kicked out of the Super Bowl by Taylor Swift? Rapper denies ‘completely fabricated’ rumor

Taylor Swift and Kanye West had the ultimate awkward interaction with each other in 2009 when West interrupted Swift’s speech at the VMAs in a bizarre moment. Does their beef now have another chapter?

Former NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall made a bizarre claim on the “I Am Athlete” podcast that Swift had West kicked out of Super Bowl 58 on Sunday, alleging that Swift took issue with the rapper supposedly trying to buy a ticket in front of her suite so he could get on camera when she was shown. 

“[Swift] makes a call or two. Everybody’s involved. He gets kicked out the stadium. He was trying to leverage her celebrity,” Marshall alleged. 

Swift was at Allegiant Stadium to watch Travis Kelce and the Chiefs survive the 49ers in overtime and win their third Super Bowl in the past five years. She was on the field after the game to celebrate with Kelce and his family, a celebration that continued deep into the night.

Does Marshall have the entertainment scoop of the year, or are his comments off base? Here’s what you need to know about the alleged dustup. 

MORE: Inside Taylor Swift’s star-studded suite at Super Bowl 58

Was Kanye West kicked out of the Super Bowl?

West’s representatives quickly poured cold water on Marshall’s claims. 

“This is a completely fabricated rumor. It is not true,” a West spokesperson told TMZ on Wednesday.

West addressed the rumors himself in the caption of an Instagram post later Wednesday, writing, “Also I didn’t get kicked out of the Super Bowl we left our seats to go to YG’s box and see different friends.”

West added that it was his wife’s first Super Bowl, so he “wanted to walk around and have a nice time” with her. 

Ironically, the post itself addressed a separate beef with Swift, with West addressing efforts by the pop star’s fans to boost Beyonce’s latest single to knock West out of the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100. He took the high road, calling Swift and Beyonce “big inspirations to all musicians” before adding that he has been “far more helpful to Taylor Swift’s career than harmful.”

Nevertheless, all indications are West was indeed at Super Bowl 58 but had no interaction with Swift or her representatives. 

Marshall’s claims seemed dubious from the start considering West rarely misses an opportunity to put his name in the headlines and the rapper hadn’t made any mention of being kicked out of the Super Bowl. The relationship between West and Swift may remain fractured, but what could have been the entertainment story of the year does not appear to be based in reality.

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