Reba McEntire Explains Calling Taylor Swift ‘an Entitled Little Brat’

Reba McEntire has refuted a claim that she labeled Taylor Swift “an entitled little brat” after her February 11 performance at the 2024 Super Bowl in Las Vegas.

 

 

McEntire, 68, sang the national anthem at Allegiant Stadium before the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers faced off in Super Bowl LVIII. Swift was also at the game to support her boyfriend, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

 

 

Swift, 34, made it onto the field to congratulate Kelce after the Chiefs won in overtime against the 49ers, but she was in her box with pals while McEntire sang.

 

 

The article, which misspelled McEntire’s surname, claimed that McEntire was “disappointed” to witness Swift “laughing, drinking, and making a mockery of the event” when he performed the national anthem. It then cited McEntire as stating, “I let her have it later.” “She’s an entitled brat.”

 

 

In the description for her Instagram post, McEntire denied making the statements. “Please don’t believe everything you see on the Internet,” she warned in an email. “I did not say this.”

 

 

The country music star’s message also acknowledged Swift’s efforts to the music industry. “Taylor is a wonderful artist, strong role model and has done so much good for so many people and the music industry,” McEntire said in a statement.

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