If you’re a Swiftie, you’re probably still buzzing from Taylor Swift’s electrifying Era Tour concert at MetLife Stadium. But guess who else was there, showing off some serious Swiftie vibes? None other than Barstool Sports’ very own Dave Portnoy.
A Swiftie in Disguise?
Known for his candid sports commentary and “One Bite” pizza reviews, Portnoy took to YouTube to reveal his outfit for the concert – a custom t-shirt with a message that screams Swiftie loyalty. The shirt, emblazoned with the phrase “All You’re Ever Gonna Be is Mean And a Liar and Pathetic,” is a line from Swift’s song “Mean,” and it’s directed at some of the pop star’s most notorious adversaries, including Scooter Braun, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, and all of Taylor’s ex-boyfriends.
A Statement Piece
Portnoy’s t-shirt isn’t just a piece of clothing; it’s a statement. It’s a bold declaration of support for Swift and a clear message to her critics. The shirt is a physical embodiment of the Swiftie community’s resilience and unity, and Portnoy wore it with pride.
More Than Just a Concert Outfit
But the t-shirt isn’t just for the concert. Portnoy announced in the video that the shirt is available for purchase in their store. That’s right, fellow Swifties, you too can rock this statement piece and join Portnoy in standing up for Taylor. You can get your own Dave Portnoy Taylor Swift “Mean” T-Shirt here.
A Concert to Remember
Portnoy’s excitement for the concert was palpable in the video. He even shared his thoughts on a few songs, expressing his dislike for the song “I Spy” and his love for a Lana Del Rey track. But the highlight of the video was undoubtedly his anticipation for the Taylor Swift concert, a sentiment shared by thousands of Swifties who attended the Era Tour.
The Swiftie Community Unites
Portnoy’s video and his custom t-shirt are a testament to the power of the Swiftie community. It’s a reminder that no matter who you are – even if you’re the founder of Barstool Sports – you can be a Swiftie, stand up for Taylor, and join in the collective excitement for her music.
So, whether you’re a long-time Swiftie or a recent convert like Portnoy, remember that the Swiftie community is all about unity, resilience, and, of course, a love for Taylor Swift’s music. And if you want to show your Swiftie pride like Portnoy, why not grab a custom t-shirt and join the movement?