‘The View’ star Joy Behar bashes ‘idiot’ Travis Kelce for slamming ‘ugly cheerleaders’

Joy Behar had some choice words about Taylor Swift’s rumored boyfriend Travis Kelce Thursday on “The View.”

The 81-year-old self-proclaimed Swiftie was not impressed by the Kansas City Chiefs player’s resurfaced tweets which the pop star’s fans have dug up amid their romance.

Some of the tweets, including ones dating to 2010 when Kelce was in his early 20s, have since been deleted by the Super Bowl champ, but critique the appearance of women.

One reads, “Damn the clippers girls gotta be the s—-y girls that don’t make the lakers girls team, cuz they all was ugly.” 

“He’s illiterate is more to the point,” Behar said as she took issue with Kelce’s grammar rather than his harshness. “He’s obsessed with the girls looking good, that was his thing.” 

Behar proceeded to read another of Kelce’s deleted posts aloud, which asked, “why cant girls hide they backfat,” on top of, “I feel like if u wanna be a cheerleader you have to pass a beauty test…. there’s too many ugly cheerleaders out here smh.”

Behar claimed Kelce was “illiterate” based on his resurfaced tweets.
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“Why do you care what he thinks?” Whoopi Goldberg asked Behar, pointing out that Swift doesn’t seem concerned by the dated remarks.

Behar reasoned, “I’m a Swiftie and I love her because she’s getting young people out to vote, so I don’t want her to be stuck with this idiot.” 

The Post has contacted reps for Kelce for comment.

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have dinner at Waverly Inn in New York City.
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Kelce and Swift depart the “SNL” after-party Oct. 15 in New York City.
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Co-host Alyssa Farrah Griffin, 34, stuck up for Kelce, stating that their generation is the first to have grown up with social media and “documented everything.”

“Listen, young people do young people stuff,” Goldberg echoed to the audience’s applause. “And what you said 25 years ago may not be how you feel this time, so everybody needs to lighten up and let these people do what they want to do.”

“The View” airs weekdays at 11 a.m. on ABC.