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Patrick Mahomes’ Lame Brother Tries To Steal Josh Richards’ GF, Pays The Price

Patrick Mahomes’ Lame Brother Tries To Steal Josh Richards' GF, Pays The Price

Patrick Mahomes is a Super Bowl champion, NFL MVP, and widely regarded as someone who may one day go down as an all-time football great. His father is also extremely accomplished. His mother is something of a lucky charm. And his better half, Brittany Matthews, has a lot of positive attributes.

Unfortunately his brother, Jackson, is a bit less accomplished.

This week, Jackson made headlines for shooting his shot with Nessa Barrett, even though she has a boyfriend in popular TikToker Josh Richards.

Jackson kicked off his attempt to woo Nessa on TikTok, lip-synching these lyrics to “Lucky” by Lil Nemo: “Looking at me, I know you want to f*ck me / I’d give you this d*ck if you lucky / Been a few days, I just want me some cudi / Told her, ‘Come on, bring a buddy.”

This prompted a response from Richards, who was not too keen on Jackson trying to put the moves on his special lady friend.

Jackson, being the somewhat corny individual that he is, attempted to safe face by saying that Nessa looked “bored” in Richards’ video.

At that point, Richards lowered the boom.

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During a separate live stream, Jackson then went on to once again reiterate his love for Nessa.

“Yeah, she’s hot,” he said.

“I wouldn’t necessarily say I’m in love with her, but I would love to take her on a date, for sure. She’s super hot.”

At a certain point, most people will realize that they’ve been humiliated, take the L and move on. Jackson has definitely surpassed that point, but he’s too weird to realize it.

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Carlos Garcia

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