Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes’ brother Jackson infuriates WFT fans with TikTok dance on Sean Taylor logo
Patrick Mahomes erupted for 397 yards and two touchdowns, turning a 10-13 halftime deficit into a 31-13 demolition in favor of the Chiefs. His brother Jackson, meanwhile, was on the sidelines trying to get likes on social media.
The Chiefs star’s brother was seen doing a TikTok dance on top of the logo commemorating the late Sean Taylor, the former Washington Pro Bowler who was tragically killed just four years into his NFL career.
Jackson Mahomes was seen here dancing on the Sean Taylor “21” logo which was chained off to begin with.
This should infuriate everyone, this is disgraceful. pic.twitter.com/7puweqqOuM
— Owen Kidd (@OKiddVT) October 17, 2021
While the loss to the Chiefs was certainly frustrating, many WFT fans were up in arms over the disrespectful act.
For me to even acknowledge Jackson Mahomes he must've done something irredeemably stupid like dancing on the memorial of a beloved player who died prematurely while his family was in attendance on the day they retired his number. I need apologies stat & not just from him. pic.twitter.com/Hw8b2RBVWX
— Reese Waters (@reesewaters) October 18, 2021
Jackson Mahomes danced on the Sean Taylor #21 sideline tribute for TikTok.
Bigger question probably needs to be why anyone was allowed to stand on it to begin with.
— Chad Ryan (@ChadwikoTWW) October 17, 2021
Don’t you EVER fucking dance on Sean Taylor’s number again! YOU HEAR THIS @jacksonmahomes???? That’s fucking disrespectful! Sean was murdered and they retired his number so you decided to make a Tiktok and dance on it??? Unbelievable man. You need a job. You need a life.
— Spirit (@BOOK1Rx4ULLER) October 18, 2021
What made matters worse was that Sean Taylor’s number was actually being retired by Washington during halftime of their contest against the Chiefs. There couldn’t have been more unfortunate timing for Jackson Mahomes to commit such a transgression.
Jackson Mahomes really out here making a TikTok on top of Sean Taylor's number the day it gets retired.. unbelievable, man. Have a little bit of respect. pic.twitter.com/s9HOvWEPlR
— Justin #BillsMafia (@IAmTheNizz) October 17, 2021
He later on issued an apology on Twitter.
“I want to sincerely apologize for accidentally being on the Sean Taylor #21 at FedEx Field. We were directed to stand in that area and I meant absolutely no disrespect to him or his family.”
Safe to say Jackson Mahomes will be much more careful with where he shoots his TikTok’s from now on.