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Brittany Mahomes’ Wild Boat Party Photos Go Viral

Brittany Mahomes’ Wild Boat Party Photos Go Viral

Brittany Mahomes has been celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs’ recent Super Bowl victory nonstop.

Over the past month she has blown up online for partying it up with Post Malone and clubbing hard with some of the players, and this past weekend the good times seemed to continue.

On Saturday, Brittany took to social media to share some wild photos of her partaking in a fun-looking boat party with some of her friends.

The imagery largely speaks for itself:

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Brittany is obviously no stranger to going viral. Between her wild workout photos, questionable tipping behavior and racy outfits, she is constantly blowing up online for something or other.

Obviously over the past year she has had to deal with being overshadowed a bit in the headlines by Travis Kelce’s girlfriend, Taylor Swift.

Just this week Swift has set the internet ablaze over her suspicious video with Kelce, her reaction to her boyfriend’s tiny package, and her being visibly disgusted by Jackson Mahomes.

But as her recent boat party shenanigans prove, Brittany is still as capable as anyone at penetrating the larger cultural zeitgeist and making news in her own right.

A lot of people didn’t think the Chiefs would be able to repeat and win another title in 2024, but that is precisely what they did.

So long as Patrick Mahomes and Co. reign supreme atop the NFL, Brittany’s relevance will continue to intensify and grow.

What will Brittany ultimately go viral for next? Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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