Patrick Mahomes’ Fiancee And His Mother Go After ESPN And The Refs Following Super Bowl Loss
As most of you know, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucs beat Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs rather easily during last night’s Super Bowl LV.
The game was never really close. Honestly, it was pretty boring, but that doesn’t mean people weren’t all heated up and ready to fight.
Mahomes’ pregnant fiancee, Brittany Matthews, was tweeting during the game, and she had a problem with a few of the photos ESPN shared during the game.
Apparently, she didn’t like that they were sharing sad-looking photos of Mahomes during the broadcast, so she called them out.
Cool ESPN, love the support of a major sports platform for one of the best players in the league…— Brittany Matthews (@brittanylynne8) February 8, 2021
Y’all are 🗑🗑🗑 for this too, but he looks damn good to me😍🔥 https://t.co/e4YCpeoQo4— Brittany Matthews (@brittanylynne8) February 8, 2021
Maybe I’m missing out on some “sad Mahomes meme” that was spreading last night, but I’m not sure why these photos are so bad. He’s losing the Super Bowl, of course he’s going to look sad. Why would they share photos of him smiling?
In any event, Mahomes’ mother Randi, was also tweeting during the game, and she called out the refs…
“If you have to have the ref on your team is that really winning!!! @giseleofficial lol,”
Damn…she even tagged Gisele in the tweet! They were salty as hell last night, but that’s expected. No one likes to lose, especially to a mega douche like Tom Brady.
For what it’s worth, the sore loser gene didn’t get passed down to Mahomes. He spoke like a professional after the game.
They were the better team today. They beat us pretty good, the worst I think I’ve been beaten in a long time. They took away our deep stuff. They took away the sidelines and they did a good job of rallying to the football and making tackles. We weren’t executing early, had a few miscues. Guys weren’t on the same page. Credit to them. They played a heck of a game defensively and offensively to beat us.