Sport Patrick Mahomes says brother shouldn't have poured water on Ravens fan, but alludes to 'things said'

05:00  23 september  2021
05:00  23 september  2021 Source:   sports.yahoo.com

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Patrick Mahomes was clearly less than pleased to see his little brother pouring water on smack-talking Ravens fans telling reporters Wednesday, "Obviously it's something we don' t necessarily want to do." Jackson Mahomes was caught on camera dousing Baltimore supporters with a bottle of The video -- which shows fans jabbing at Jackson after the game before he tossed the liquid all over them -- quickly went viral and Patrick said in his weekly meeting with media members that he wasn' t thrilled with it all. The Chiefs star, though, did seem to at least understand the impulsive act saying

Patrick Mahomes ' brother Jackson poured water on Ravens fans who were taunting after Baltimore's comeback win against the Kansas City Chiefs. The fan yelled "I'm so sorry for ya" at Jackson Mahomes who was seated just a row behind the fan . He clearly got the reaction he wanted as he screamed "let's go" after the hydrating moment. Jackson took to twitter to respond, saying the fans were "thirsty." With the NFL locking down and instructing officials to strictly enforce taunting rules during games, it's safe to say that Jackson took one for the family team.

The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Kansas City Chiefs last weekend, and some took it better than others.

Jackson Mahomes, the younger brother of Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes, was caught on video reacting to taunts from a group of Ravens fans immediately after the loss by pouring a bottle of water on one of them before walking away.

The younger Mahomes' initial defense: "They were thirsty."

That water-pouring earned Jackson Mahomes some attention on social media the next day, racking up millions of views across Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok and the rest. Days later, Patrick was asked about the matter after Chiefs practice on Wednesday.

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Patrick Mahomes ' brother , famous TikTokker Jackson Mahomes , was so tired of being heckled by Ravens fans Sunday he straight-up doused the men with water . The scene went down just minutes after Patrick 's Chiefs lost a heartbreaker in Baltimore, 36-35 when Ravens fans appeared I'm so sorry for you!" Another fan added, "Go home , Jackson!" Eventually, Jackson grew so annoyed with the ribbing he pulled out a water bottle, unscrewed the cap, and threw the contents all over the Ravens supporters. Jackson then headed up the stairs to get inside one of the suites at M& T Bank Stadium.

Jackson Mahomes pours water on Ravens fan after the chiefs loss! pic.twitter.com/KLpvSor5XH. The loss to the Ravens was the first time in his career that Patrick Mahomes lost in the month of September, so maybe Jackson was experiencing some new emotions since he's never had to deal with that.

The former MVP conceded that his brother shouldn't have poured water on the Ravens fan, but alluded to "things said" between the two parties as well his wife, Brittany Matthews, that weren't seen on the video.

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From the Kansas City Star:

“Yeah, I mean, obviously it’s something that we don’t want to necessarily do,” Mahomes said. “There was things said to him, and Brittany, that you don’t see kind of on the clip. But, I mean he’s been good at it, at not trying to respond to that stuff.

“He takes a lot and he’s usually pretty good at it, and he’ll learn from it and just try to stay away from those people as best he can.”

While family members of athletes obviously shouldn't retaliate physically when heckled by fans, it's also not hard to imagine some bad fan behavior frustrated the 21-year-old Jackson. It's been something of a theme this year.

Both Kansas City mayor Quinton Lucas and Jackson's sister-in-law reacted as if that was the case, with Lucas calling for Jackson to be left alone and Matthews endorsing the message.

The only thing clearly heard on the video before the water-pouring was a Ravens fan saying "I'm so sorry for you." The fan also didn't seem too bothered by the water, as he immediately started yelling "Let's go!" while the Kasnas City group walked away.

Patrick Mahomes' brother pours water on taunting Ravens fans after tough loss .
Jackson Mahomes, the younger brother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, has experienced both ends of this throughout his brother's already illustrious career. The Chiefs led by 11 in Baltimore heading into the fourth quarter, only for Lamar Jackson to rush for two touchdowns and a game-clinching first down on a fourth-and-1 near midfield with one minute remaining. The 36-35 loss was Patrick Mahomes' first ever in the month ofJackson Mahomes, the younger brother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, has experienced both ends of this throughout his brother's already illustrious career.

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