Jackson Mahomes was front and center on Sunday to watch his big brother, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, win his second Super Bowl championship.
While Patrick’s impressive effort amid a rough injury captivated the nation, Jackson’s antics were far less warmly received.
After the Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, Jackson took to social media.
Specifically, he released a video that somehow managed to enrage everyone who both rooting for and against Kansas City on Sunday.
And so it begins pic.twitter.com/dEZtTIwP3E
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) February 13, 2023
The reactions to Jackson’s video came in quickly and furiously. None were actually positive, though.
Understandably, some of the top replies went viral immediately.
Imagine this is your brother. https://t.co/s5YiPgZVoh
— MattTiger (@MattTiger81) February 13, 2023
I legitimately hate this human https://t.co/OjnCV7HC6H
— Lover Boy Brian (@Adermonster) February 13, 2023
— Kelsey (@Kelsey_kat9) February 13, 2023
Kid is a great heel, I’ll give him that. https://t.co/EreLZIUWcM
— Rasslin’ (@rasslin) February 13, 2023
This dude is such a loser https://t.co/MNs84pkhga
— Bucky (@Buckwheat412) February 13, 2023
Ban this guy. https://t.co/rF58Wyj7rf
— Shueeb Ahmed (@ShueebAhmed) February 13, 2023
Oh god no https://t.co/lgKE6ChPoK
— bob sacamano (@rhcheeeese) February 13, 2023
This isn’t the first time in recent weeks that Jackson has blown up online like this. He previously went mega-viral a few days ago for a completely separate humiliating video.
Although there is no denying that Patrick is already a Hall of Famer, the people surrounding him certainly leave something to be desired. While he was putting in work on the field, his wife was making headlines over how different her face looked this week.
Kay Adams is now the early frontrunner to win Super Bowl MVP. https://t.co/DjzlIT81ed
— Game 7 (@game7__) February 12, 2023
Worst of all, the Chiefs appear to be the frontrunners to win the championship next season, too.
What does that mean? It means that Jackson will likely be back right here, in the same spot, next year as his big brother competes for his third championship.
A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.