Patrick Mahomes’ brother, Jackson, is at it again

Jackson Mahomes

Jackson Mahomes
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America’s least-loved famous brother has done it again. Jackson Mahomes, the younger brother of QB Patrick garments, seems to be trending on Twitter every couple of weeks for some silly reason or another. Jackson earned his TikTok fame largely on the basis of being Patrick’s brother, really taking advantage of the relationship by dancing on the sidelines and in the VIP booths of the Chiefs games or making videos with Patrick in the background that looks like he’d rather be from anywhere else. part at the moment. These videos make the rounds from time to time as the masses encourage Patrick to “throw an Aaron Rodgers” and disown his family. (It should be noted that Mahomes shouldn’t “throw a Rodgers” in any other way.)

Jackson is mostly harmless, albeit irritable and annoying, although there was the situation where he danced on the Sean Taylor number commemorative painting on the sidelines of a Washington Football game. It wasn’t entirely his fault: the WFT messed up royally all day, and later apologized. People love to hate him, and I’m not entirely without reason: His latest mistake was making a mistake with a local Kansas City bar called SoT, which released a public statement in response to “social media activity regarding a recent visit made to us by an unhappy guest ”who“ has a lot of followers on social media. ”Mahomes apparently aired his negative experience with the company on TikTok.

Then, they address him directly, name and all, in an absolute whiplash.

The declaration we read, in part:

“Dear @jacksonmahomes

We are sorry we have set limits that you have tried to ignore. Often people with undeserved status and a sense of entitlement think they are above the rules and lash out at the employee who enforces them.

We are sorry that we have not been able to accommodate your very large group. As you have probably seen, our bar is very small.

We’re sorry that you have the reach you have, or at least that you think you have and that instead of using it for something positive you decided to use it to try and crush a small business.

We survived a global pandemic, we will outlive your ego.

We’re sorry you didn’t contact us before moving on to social media, but then again this is an expectation we would have from a mature and rational person, not someone who pours water on fans and dances on memorials of tragically lost people for the sake of life. influence of TikTok.

We weren’t lucky enough to be born into a much more talented and much more famous family, but we would like to think that if we had that much luck, we would use our influence in more responsible ways.

We hope our apologies find you well. “

office Honestly, kudos to whoever wrote this – it was quite the roast. None known. He really hit on pretty much every possible point, from his previous blunders to his tendency to use his brother for power and his sense of entitlement to be born in a family with a famous sibling. Well written, thorough, hilarious – this author’s talents are wasted if they don’t make it for a living. Come on – “Are we sorry you have the range you think you have?” I laughed out loud at that. Tragically, SoT deleted the post after Mahomes removed his video.

I mean, if you’re going to use a family member to get influence, at least do something positive or productive with it, rather than getting your not-so-million followers to complain that a local company is giving you unfair treatment ( read: the same treatment as all the others). As if Patrick wasn’t already in a difficult enough situation with the Chiefs’ less-than-ideal start to the season, he now has to contend with a younger brother who is publicly embarrassing the family once a month. I have to give him credit for consistency, I guess. At least before this incident, we could give him the benefit of the doubt that he was just an annoying 21-year-old. After arguing with a local institution based on nothing more than your inflated self-image, though? The benefits are over and you just proved that everyone who thought I was an asshole was right.

Jackson’s TikTok Bio says “Sup I get Bullied a lot but I’m still here.” Sorry if that qualifies as bullying, man. I can’t wait to see how you will use your platform next time!

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