Patrick Mahomes is definitely his brother’s keeper. The Kansas City Chiefs Superstar said there was more to the incident involving his brother Jackson Mahomes after the Kansas City Chiefs’ game on Sunday night in Baltimore than what was shown on the video making the rounds on social media.
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The video shows a fan in a Ravens jersey yelling, apparently at Jackson, “I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry.” Jackson then poured water toward or on the fan.
Jackson Mahomes pours water on Ravens fan after the chiefs loss! pic.twitter.com/KLpvSor5XH
— idk (@pheargers) September 20, 2021
Mahomes defended his brother, and claims we didn’t get the whole picture.
“Obviously, it’s something we don’t want to necessarily do,” Mahomes said Wednesday of the video showing Jackson pouring water toward or on a fan during a confrontation on Sunday night. “[But] there were things that were said to him and [Patrick’s fiancée Brittany Matthews] that you don’t see on the clip.
“He’s been good at trying not to respond to that stuff. He takes a lot and he’s usually pretty good at it and he’ll learn from it and try to stay away from those people as best he can.”
Patrick Mahomes on his brother dousing a Ravens fan with water after the loss: "Obviously, it's something that we don't necessarily want to do."
Says some things were said to Jackson and Brittany not reflected on clip and that Jackson has been good about not responding in past.
— Tod Palmer (@todpalmer) September 22, 2021
Mahomes brother and fiancé are too thirsty.
They clearly crave attention, and it’s pretty obvious they are using Patrick’s platform to get as much attention as possible.
Patrick needs to tell both of them to fall back.