An NFL fan who was at the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos game on Saturday was heard shouting anti-gay slurs at Patrick Mahomes’ brother Jackson.
Jackson Mahomes, along with Patrick’s fiancee Brittany Matthews, is a regular attendee at Chiefs. He rose to fame on TikTok by making his own interpretations of viral trends on the app.
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The incident happened at Empower Field in Mile High in Denver and the video of the interaction caused a stir Social media. The fan was heard shouting “Mah —”
Matthews was seen yelling at the fan, “This is rude.”
The ventilator was not identified and it was not clear whether it had been ejected.
The Broncos did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.
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Jackson Mahomes has been the source of some controversy during the NFL season.
He has been accused of attempting to “crush” a bar in Kansas City, Missouri, after he and his group were not seated due to lack of space. The bar, SOT Social, will later apologize for his scathing statement.
Jackson Mahomes also had an incident with fans during a Baltimore Ravens game. He was seen spraying water on fans who were gloating over the team’s victory. He also got hot for doing a TikTok dance on the field decal honoring the late Sean Taylor while they were at FedExField.
His brother, the Chiefs quarterback, opened up about the water bottle incident in September.
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“Obviously, this is something we don’t necessarily want to do,” he told KSHB-TV. “There were things that were said to him and [Patrick’s fiancé Brittany Matthews] that you don’t see on the clip. He was good at trying not to respond to that sort of thing. He’s taking a lot and he’s generally pretty good at it and he’ll learn from it and try to stay away from these people as best he can. “