Christian McCaffrey’s Mother Vows to Avoid Taylor Swift Songs Until After the 2024 Super Bowl

San Francisco 49ers’ Christian McCaffrey’s mom declares Taylor Swift “persona non grata” ahead of Super Bowl LVIII

As Super Bowl LVIII approaches, tensions are rising between the families of the competing teams, the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs. In a recent episode of her podcast, Lisa McCaffrey, mother of 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey, announced a playful boycott of Taylor Swift’s music until after the big game, where the 49ers will face off against the Chiefs.

“I refuse to listen to Taylor Swift songs for the next 11 days,” Lisa, 55, declared on her podcast. “I love her, I love the relationship, but yep, we are boycotting any T. Swift songs.”

The reason for this declaration is based on the fact that Taylor Swift is an outspoken supporter of the Kansas City Chiefs, as her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, is a veteran linebacker with the team. Travis, 34, has been to the Super Bowl twice before, both times resulting in victories for the Missouri NFL team.

In her most recent podcast episode, Lisa McCaffrey admitted that the boycott will be difficult for her and her older son, Max, as they are both “big Swifties.” She even joked that if a Swift song were to come on the radio, they would change the station because “she’s dead to us this week.”

Lisa McCaffrey is not the only woman in Christian McCaffrey’s life showing unwavering support leading up to the Super Bowl. His fiancée, Olivia Culpo, has also been expressing her love and support for him during this pivotal time. After the 49ers secured a Super Bowl spot by beating the Detroit Lions, Culpo, 31, posted a heartfelt tribute to her fiancé on Instagram, showcasing some of their favorite moments together throughout the season.

“Watching the love of your life live out his dream is the best feeling in the world,” Culpo wrote in the caption of the post.

With his mother and fiancée firmly in his corner, Christian McCaffrey is surely feeling the love as he prepares for the biggest game of his career.

Super Bowl LVIII is set to take place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sunday, February 11, 2024, and will be aired on CBS. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT), and the game will also be available for streaming on Paramount+, Hulu + Live TV, and FuboTV. With the stage set for an intense showdown between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs, the support and playful rivalry between the families of the players only adds to the excitement surrounding the event.