The iconic Public Enemy rapper told his Twitter followers that he ordered custom “I Knew You Were Trouble”-themed shirts for the occasion and revealed he was in his “Red” era as he posed with several friendship bracelets, an item Swifties tend to exchange at shows.
“THANKX to all my new friends,,, luv my fellow Swifties #TaylorSwift #ErasTour #FriendsForever,” he wrote in another tweet.
The hip-hop hype man went on to share a clip of himself enjoying Swift’s performance and tweeted a video — set to Swift’s “Cruel Summer” — of him at the show interacting with Swifties and chatting with Girl In Red, one of the supporting acts on the tour.
“Make the friendship bracelets, take the moment and taste it,” he wrote in a reference to Swift’s “You’re on Your Own, Kid.”
The rapper has shown love for Swift’s music in recent months, posing for a photo with Swift at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in March.
“I love me some Taylor Swift, man, always did, you know what I’m saying. Word up,” he told Billboard at the event’s red carpet as he showed off his “I come back stronger than a ’90s trend” shirt, a reference to Swift’s song “willow.”
He added that Swift keeps her “clock on 12” just like the clock on his necklace, a nod to the singer’s “Midnights” album.