Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is being roasted for his mood in a TikTok video featuring the QB, his fianceé, Brittany Matthews, and younger brother, Jackson.
Jackson filmed a selfie video of himself, Matthews, and the All-Pro QB “enjoying” a hang outside of a bar/restaurant. Well, at least Jackson and Matthews seem to be having a good time. Contrary to the upbeat nature of the MC Hammer remix Jackson puts over the TikTok, Patrick doesn’t exactly emit exuberance towards the camera.
Some folks took to Twitter to poke fun at the contrasting vibes amid Team Mahomes.
Man they got hostage videos on TikTok now pic.twitter.com/1CVQdwjNsy
— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) October 29, 2021
Patrick Mahomes is about to give his family the Aaron Rodgers special and ✂️✂️ pic.twitter.com/X49SOeaQ5F
— smalls (@StephieSmallls) October 29, 2021
Mahomes when he is trying to enjoy a day off and he hears his brother making another tiktok pic.twitter.com/CJdsWtpmSU
— kyle (@knicks_tape99) October 29, 2021
The Mahomes family’s recent TikTok game hasn’t been particularly well-received. After the Chiefs win over the Washington Football Team, Jackson Mahomes was forced to clarify and apologize for a TikTok in which he danced on the FedExField spot honoring the late Sean Taylor on the day his number was retired by the WFT.
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
On the football field, the Chiefs (3-4) are having their issues, too. Their offense leads the NFL in turnovers, and the two-time defending AFC champions are coming off a 27-3 shellacking to the Tennessee Titans. To make matters worse, their star quarterback was forced to exit the game in the fourth quarter after looking dazed following a brutal hit from the Titans’ defensive line.
On the plus side, Mahomes passed concussion tests and avoided protocol, meaning he should be good to go for the team’s crucial Week 8 contest against the New York Giants at Arrowhead Stadium.