Brittany Mahomes wasn’t having any of the Cincinnati mayor and his trolling of Patrick Mahomes earlier than the AFC Championship Game towards the Bengals.
Cincinnati mayor Aftab Pureval has made himself the central character of the lead-up to the Chiefs vs. Bengals within the AFC Championship Game.
He made a lame reference to “Burrowhead” throughout a metropolis council assembly. Then he made a cringeworthy proclamation asking for a paternity test for Joe Burrow to check if he is Patrick Mahomes’ father.
Brittany Mahomes, the spouse of the Chiefs quarterback, wasn’t impressed.
“WEAK. & embarrassing,” Mahomes tweeted in reply to Kansas City mayor Quinton Lucas commenting on his opposing mayor’s antics.
Her emotions on the entire trash-talking enterprise had been fairly clear from that tweet alone.
“Agreed,” Lucas replied. “No need to respond. KC’s got class. Cincinnati has Jerry Springer and no rings. See them Sunday.”
Brittany Mahomes went after Cincinnati mayor for feedback on Chiefs QB
Of course, that wasn’t the tip of Mahomes’ social media exercise for the afternoon. She additionally retweeted a scathing retort from Kayla Nicole, the girlfriend of Chiefs tight finish Travis Kelce.
When Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family alum and famous Chiefs fan, weighed in on the Pureval’s proclamation, Mahomes was fast to cite tweet her approval.
“Dork,” Mahomes echoed the actor’s sentiments.
Mahomes’ apparently closing touch upon the matter summed all of it up.
“Things are getting a little weird out here,” she tweeted.
Chances are it’ll keep bizarre because the weekend continues on.
Bengals followers really feel disrespected over the notion of their workforce going into the playoffs within the first place. Kansas City followers are revved up for an opportunity at revenge after dropping final yr’s AFC title recreation to Cincinnati.
Mahomes and Burrow are two of the NFL’s brightest skills at quarterback and their on-field rivalry is simply going to carry extra debate, no matter the results of the sport. It’s solely simply begun.
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