Taylor Swift’s latest studio album is dominating the charts as it currently owns all Top 10 spots on the Billboard 100.
Swift announced her The Eras Tour Tuesday in stadiums in cities across the US, but the DC area wasn’t among them.
No one knows the real reason why, but it may have something to do with Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder, who also owns FedEx Field, and how he was fighting to hold onto his team among accusations of a toxic workplace and stiffing the NFL.
Some fans are suggesting that Swift’s decision may have been the final nail in the coffin for Snyder’s ownership as the Snyder family announced they would be selling the franchise.
“Taylor Swift brought down Dan Snyder and saved the Washington Commanders franchise I will not be hearing any other opinions on this matter,” NFL analyst Andrew Gillis wrote.
The stadium, which was built in 1994, has a capacity of over 80,000 fans and is currently ranked as the worst NFL stadium to attend. Fans have fallen from the stands and have had pooped dumped on them during games over the years.
Safety is a top concern at FedEx Field and may be the main reason as to why the tour chose not to include it.
Swift last played at FedEx Field in 2018.
If fans in the D.C area want to see Swift, they will have to travel to Philadelphia, where Swift will have two concerts, or head south to Atlanta, where the singer has two nights of concerts scheduled.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.