Taylor Swift tells fans to stop throwing things on stage at Buenos Aires concert: ‘It really freaks me out’
Taylor Swift paused her concert in Buenos Aires on Sunday night with a message for fans.
Swift told concertgoers to stop throwing things on stage.
“It really freaks me out when stuff gets thrown on the stage,” she said.
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Taylor Swift paused her latest Eras Tour concert Sunday night to warn fans not to throw things on stage.
A video shared on social media from Sunday’s show at Estadio Mâs Monumental in Buenos Aires, Argentina, shows an unidentified object being launched onto the stage.
This led to Swift taking a moment to address her fans, per a video posted on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.
“Just because communication means having gentle, healthy boundaries, it really freaks me out when stuff gets thrown on the stage,” the singer said. “Because if it’s on the stage then a dancer can trip on it.”
Swift continued: “I love that you brought presents and that is so nice, but just, can you please not throw them on the stage? I love you so much.”
Swift performed three shows in Buenos Aires, and created a buzz with her gig on Saturday night, which was attended by her rumored romantic interest, NFL star Travis Kelce.
As she closed her set with the hit song “Karma,” Swift changed the lyrics in honor of the Kansas City Chiefs tight end.
“Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me,” she sang.
The original lyrics are: “Karma is the guy on the screen, coming straight home to me.”
A video shared on TikTok shows Kelce’s reaction to the subtle nod.
Kelce, who was standing next to the singer’s father, Scott Swift, appears surprised by the lyric change and covers his face with his hands as the crowd cheers.
Another video shared on X shows Swift running up to Kelce at the end of the gig, and the pair sharing a kiss.