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Rachel Zegler defends Taylor Swift over 'sex tape' comments made by podcast host

Rachel Zegler defends Taylor Swift over 'sex tape' comments made by podcast host

The actor has spoken out in Taylor Swift's defense after a podcast host made crude remarks about her and Travis Kelce

Rachel Zegler has called on some men to 'evaluate' the way they think they can speak about women's bodies in light of a podcast host's comments about Taylor Swift.

Global superstar Swift is rumored to be dating Kansas City Chiefs footballer Travis Kelce and has been spotted at a handful of his games of late.

While many are pretty certain that they're romantically involved, the celebrity pair are yet to officially confirm if they're dating.

Taylor Swift was recently seen at a recent Kansas City Chiefs game with Blake Lively.
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The rumored romance comes after Swift split from partner of six years Joe Alwyn in April.

As Kelce and Swift haven't spoken out on their unexpected love affair - I mean, no one saw this coming - one podcast host has shared the rather strange way that he wants them to prove their relationship status.

Speaking on a Barstool Sports' Pardon My Take podcast, Dan 'Big Cat' Katz and Eric 'PFT Commenter' Sollenberger discussed Swift's newfound NFL presence and labeled her as a 'problem'.

Katz said: "Taylor Swift is a problem for the NFL. We have to unite as a group of fans. We can’t let this happen. She’s got to stop going to games."

Echoing similar sentiments, Sollenberger agreed and said the singer is 'bad for football'.

Dan Katz launched a crude tirade about Taylor Swift.

Katz also said he 'didn't buy' their romance.

"I'll say this, if Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift release a sex video, I'll consummate this relationship and be like, 'Fine, you guys can have sex. You guys can be boyfriend and girlfriend'," he said.

"I don't buy it until I see some d**k in vagina," Katz added.

Their remarks have gone down like a led balloon with a lot of people, Westside Story star Zegler included.

In response to the podcast hosts' crude remarks, she wrote: "It’s not news that the media is particularly (and unwarrantedly) cruel to Taylor Swift, but the way men feel entitled to speak about women, their bodies and their sex lives needs to be seriously evaluated."

Zegler went on: "You will never see people speaking this way about a man. That goes for a lot of different scenarios. We do not pick apart men’s attitudes and relationships the way we do women’s.

"And it’s not always just men who speak this way about us. Women can and do, too. It sucks."

Another person added: "You don’t find this at all strange to say?"

Rachel Zegler spoke out in Taylor Swift's defense.
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"Wow what an incredibly weird thing to say!" agreed a third.

Others described Katz's remarks as 'disgusting' and 'gross'.

"How did no one stop you from putting this out on the Internet?" said someone else.

UNILAD has contacted Katz and Barstool Sports for comment.

Zegler's comments come after the actor took a brief break from X earlier this year in the wake of the trailer for her upcoming movie, Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, being criticised online.

Featured Image Credit: ABC via Getty Images / Amy Sussman/Getty Images

Topics: Celebrity, Sex and Relationships, Taylor Swift