Brittany Mahomes and her husband, Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes, are one of the most prominent husband-wife duos in the NFL today.
The pair routinely goes viral for a myriad of reasons, due in no small part to Patrick’s once-in-a-generation skillset and Brittany’s very notable social media presence.
It was more of the same this week.
In a series of now-viral posts, Brittany shared some photos showing her and Patrick on a date night.
The photos largely speak for themselves:
Jackson Mahomes, Patrick’s younger brother, being the top comment is particularly intriguing given that he was recently in the headlines as well. An unfortunate video of him causing an embarrassing scene went mega-viral last week.
Obviously this isn’t the first time in recent weeks that Brittany and Patrick have set the internet ablaze.
Patrick has similarly been in the headlines a lot more than usual as of late, most notably for the bizarre feud that seemed to erupt between him and his former wide receiver, Tyreek Hill.
It goes without saying that Brittany and Patrick are mainstays in the news cycle. They almost embrace it at this point. Be it for going wild at Coachella or their provocative vacation photos, they’re always blowing up for something nowadays.
It just comes with the territory for them.
Some have openly wondered whether Brittany’s nonstop tendency to generate headlines has had a negative impact on Patrick’s mental health. Particularly when one especially uncomfortable video emerged. But by all accounts, that’s just a fan theory.
Paige Spiranac’s outfit was deemed too inappropriate for a round of golf. https://t.co/3jt315rnYB
— Game 7 (@game7__) August 25, 2022
With the NFL regular season on the horizon, Patrick will inevitably have massive spotlight on him for the next few months. And by extension, Brittany will as well.
What will this dynamic duo ultimately go viral for next?
Time will tell.
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.