We have all seen the video of Jackson Mahomes throwing water on the opposing fan during a game. But the question is: Is Jackson Mahomes being sussed? The Chiefs quarterback has been in the news a lot recently for throwing water on fans of the Baltimore Ravens after their game in Week 2. It’s easy to see how people could get riled up when they see a player making a fool of himself.
Jackson Mahomes is the younger brother to Patrick Mahomes, the Kansas City Chiefs’ quarterback. He has become a celebrity in his own right since his brother’s Super Bowl run. He has also been verified on the video-sharing app TikTok and has over 3.4 million likes on his videos. This was followed by an interesting video that showed the quarterback and his brother dancing together in a Las Vegas parking lot.
Brittany Mahomes and Jackson were also under scrutiny last year via social media. Many people were furious at Jackson’s TikTok clip, while Patrick Mahomes was accused of stealing a TikTok business. Patrick Mahomes was slammed by a Kansas City bar last month for claiming he acted entitled towards the patrons.
The Baltimore Police Department is investigating the incident and reviewing the video. If the incident is deemed to be criminal, the Maryland Stadium Authority is considering filing a complaint. Jackson Mahomes, the most entertaining professional athlete, is in the interim. It is likely that Jackson Mahomes will be caught on video doing something illegal. You can’t blame him. He’ll be banned if he was doing it for the high.
In case you missed it, Patrick Mahomes also danced on the retired number of Sean Taylor. Patrick apologized for both incidents. However, he says he was instructed to stand still. SoT deleted the message from Instagram but he uploaded it to Facebook. The team’s Twitter account is also flooded with posts about Mahomes’ dance. However, fans are still celebrating the incident. Jackson Mahomes will likely post a Pro Bowl ring if he does get it.
Jackson Mahomes, Patrick Mahomes’ younger brother, is also good friends with his girlfriend. In fact, he was such an athlete at Whitehouse High School in Texas, that jeers of “you’re not Patrick!” would occasionally break out during basketball games. Many of his videos were copied from TikTok, and shared on Twitter. They often include dancing and posing. Despite being a kid, he is already famous in his own right.