Watch : Mom of 49ers Star Lisa McCaffrey Says Taylor Swift is ‘Dead to Us,’ Plans to Boycott Singer ahead of Next season

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Watch : Mom of 49ers Star Lisa McCaffrey Says Taylor Swift is ‘Dead to Us,’ Plans to Boycott Singer ahead of Next season

Watch : Mom of 49ers Star Lisa McCaffrey Says Taylor Swift is ‘Dead to Us,’ Plans to Boycott Singer ahead of Next season

Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs might all be big fans of Taylor Swift, but the mother of the San Francisco 49ers’ Christian McCaffrey isn’t — or at least, she won’t be for the next week. While speaking on Olivia Culpo’s podcast “Your Mom,” Lisa McCaffrey explained to her son’s fiancée, “I refuse to listen to Taylor Swift songs for the next couple days.”

Watch : Mom of 49ers Star Lisa McCaffrey Says Taylor Swift is ‘Dead to Us,’ Plans to Boycott Singer ahead of Next season

“I love her, I love the relationship, but we are boycotting any T. Swift songs,” she continued. “If she pops up on the radio station … nope. She’s dead to us this week.”

Lisa was quick to admit that she has plenty of Swift songs on her workout playlists, but it’s important to her that she pause her Swiftie membership as her son and his team attempt to win the Super Bowl for the first time in almost three decades.

To celebrate the feat, Culpo bought her soon-to-be mother-in-law a suite at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. The estimated cost for the suite is somewhere between $800,000 and $2 million. Lisa previously said on the podcast, “We looked into a suite and none of us can afford it. Not even Christian, money bags over there — nor money bags Olivia.”

Culpo responded via Instagram story on Friday, “Fake news! Happy birthday Lisa I bought you a suite.”

The game will be an emotional one for the McCaffrey family. Christian’s father, Ed, won three Super Bowls during his own 13-year NFL career, including one for the San Francisco 49ers in 1995. At the time, Ed McCaffrey played for Coach Mike Shanahan, the father of Christian’s coach Kyle Shanahan. A win for the 49ers would make the Shanahans the first father-son duo to win a Super Bowl.

In September, Christian said on “49ers Talk” that being his father’s son was special. He explained, “Growing up I was Ed’s kid, we were always Ed’s sons and so, in a way, that was an advantage for us, because we got to experience a little bit of that already. “

We would hear the voices whenever we showed up to an AAU game and different things like that. And I used to have a small amount of resentment — I think myself and three of my brothers, we all kind of wanted to branch off and create our own name.”

He also said that his father has been an invaluable resource throughout his own journey as an athlete. Christian added, “But that was a very, very small time in our lives where we had that, and I think it quickly became here’s a guy who did it the right way and played 13 years in the NFL and won three Super Bowls, been to a Pro Bowl — he’s been cut, he’s been traded, he’s been at the highest of the game.”

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