Travis Kelce Reveals Horrible Reason He Stopped Having Mail Delivered to His House

In the episode of his New Heights podcast hosted by Wave Sports + Entertainment on Wednesday, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end disclosed that he no longer receives mail at his residence because of an excessive volume of deliveries. The subject comes up when his brother and co-host, Jason Kelce, a former member of the Philadelphia Eagles, discloses that he and his wife, Kylie, had hired a group of expert organizers to assist them with some spring cleaning around their house.



Travis concurs that organizing clutter is essential. “The one thing you don’t realize, that when somebody posts your house online, that everybody now has your address and people just send stuff to your house,” he says. “So I literally stopped getting mail to my house. I had to stop. I had to literally tell the post office and everybody to, like, stop bringing stuff to my house.”



Jason plays devil’s advocate, reminding Travis that “there’s some stuff that comes and it’s pretty cool.” “Anything sent to my house, send right back to the sender,” he declares. “So anybody that’s just sending random s**t to my house, uh, it’s not getting to me.”

Over the past year, Travis’s public visibility has grown due to his relationship with pop sensation Taylor Swift. Travis reportedly paid $6 million for a house in Kansas City, Missouri, last autumn in an attempt to have more privacy following the couple’s relationship revelations.



Despite the fact that the couple went out together on Saturday night in Las Vegas, Nevada for Patrick Mahomes’ 15th birthday and the Mahomies Foundation Gala, there is no mention of Taylor on the most recent episode of New Heights.



Travis is getting ready to host his second annual Kelce Jam, sponsored by Jim Beam, while Taylor is getting ready to begin her Eras Tour in Paris, France on May 9. The event takes place at Kansas City’s Azura Amphitheater on May 18. This year’s featured performers are Diplo, Lil Wayne, and 2 Chainz.

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