Taylor Swift changes the lyrics to her song “Karma”

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Taylor Swift was in concert this weekend in Buenos Aires, Argentina. On this occasion, she made a small modification of the lyrics in her song “Karma”. Find out which one.

It’s a little detail that Taylor Swift fans didn’t fail to notice. At the end of her concert in Buenos Aires this weekend, the singer modified a phrase from her song “Karma”, in a nod to Travis Kelce. “ Karma is the guy on the screen », she sings in a verse of this flagship title released in 2022.

Only this time, the 33-year-old young woman wanted to dedicate this song to her new partner present in the audience. The sentence therefore gave way to “ Karma is the guy in the Chiefs, coming home straight to me », referring to the name of the American football player’s team as you can listen to it in the extract below.

Travis Kelce seemed moved and surprised upon discovering these new lyrics, putting his hands to his face, all smiles.

The singer was then seen, at the end of the concert, running towards her loved one to the applause of the crowd who seemed to approve of this new relationship. Very close in recent weeks, the couple no longer hides. During a party organized following the show “Saturday Night Live”, the 32-year-old singer was seen very cheerful alongside the athlete. Taylor Swift also repeatedly addressed Travis Kelce’s team colors whenever she attended his games.


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