Elon Musk Issues Warning to Taylor Swift Over Singer’s Critique of ‘Chads, Brads and Dads’

Elon Musk Warns Taylor Swift About Potential Popularity Decline After Time’s Person of the Year Award

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, had some advice for pop star Taylor Swift after she was named Time’s “Person of the Year” on Wednesday. Musk congratulated Swift, but also warned her about the potential risk of a popularity decline following the award, speaking from his own experience.

This isn’t the first time Musk has received this title, having been named Time’s “Person of the Year” in 2021. Musk, known for not shying away from controversy, has a history of making bold and unexpected statements. Last year, after acquiring Twitter and rebranding it as X, he released internal company documents as the “Twitter Files,” exposing the platform’s censorship at the time.

In the wake of being named “Person of the Year,” Swift, who is currently on her “Eras Tour”, has made headlines by discussing her relationship with football fans. The Grammy-winning artist, who is dating Kansas City Chiefs tight end, Trace Kelce, addressed complaints from certain football fans that she is shown too often during NFL telecasts when she attends Kelce’s games.

The singer claims that she has no awareness of whether or not she is being shown too much and has dismissed complaints from what she calls “dads, Brads, and Chads”. Swift also expressed a lack of understanding as to how TV camera operators know where she is sitting during games.

Swift has also faced criticism for her performance of the song “Willow,” with some accusing her of dabbling in “sorcery” due to the use of cloaks and glowing orbs. Additionally, NFL legend Terry Bradshaw has accused Swift of lipsyncing during her performances, stating that it’s not possible for her to sing and dance for over three hours per concert.

Despite the controversies, Swift also expressed her new-found love for football, dispelling any doubts about her genuine support for the sport.

The original article was published on The Western Journal.


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