Brittany Mahomes, wife of the regular season and Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes, lashed out at the world’s largest podcaster for comments he made about their family dynamics.
Joe Rogan was speaking to comedian guests and fellow podcasters Shane Gillis, Mark Normand, and Ari Shaffir when the conversation shifted to the Kansas City Chiefs star and his family members, specifically his social media-influencing brother and his wife. Jackson has become famous by virtue of being related to the MVP and developing an online brand on TikTok. Rogan said his wife has become famous for her screaming.
“You know what I like, though, I came around on Jackson Mahomes,” Gillis said. “I’m a fan. His brother that does TikToks and his annoying wife that screams – everyone hates on them and it actually makes me happy.
“Patrick Mahomes has a wife that’s just wild. She’s up in the box and films herself…and Patrick is obviously the man, and then he’s got a crazy wife and a brother up in the box, doing all that s—,” he added.
Rogan then chimed in, and it was his own comments that drew the ire of the wife of a man who in 2020 signed the biggest contract in NFL history – 10 years for $450 million.
“The problem is they keep that same energy when you get divorced. They come after you with that same energy,” Rogan said, contributing to the growing red pill trend among men who increasingly see marriage as a losing proposition. The community cites, among other things, the unfairness in court over the splitting of assets, access to children, and the ability of women to make claims outside of the court system that could potentially strip their male partners of other basic rights.
See the clip below that set the female Mahomes off:
Joe Rogan and his co-hosts went after Patrick Mahomes’ family.
This may be who Brittany was referring to in her tweet yesterday about grown adults coming after her. pic.twitter.com/32USfhx0RK
— Farzin Vousoughian (@Farzin21) February 27, 2023
“Something about grown men talking s— about someone’s wife is real weird…” she said on Twitter in reply. She later added in a separate comment: “Actually grown a– men hating on women in general is pathetic.”
Something about grown men talking shit about someone’s wife is real weird…🤔
— Brittany Mahomes (@BrittanyLynne) February 27, 2023
Brittany Mahomes is no stranger to ginning up controversy via social media. After the Chiefs won the 2023 Super Bowl, she again took to social media to condemn all the “haters” who prognosticated a less-than-stellar NFL season.
“I think a lot of people need to apologize for what they said about this team at the beginning of this season,” she wrote shortly after the Chiefs held off the Philadelphia Eagles in Arizona.
Mahomes was referring to comments made after big-time moves were made in the most recent off season among division and conference rivals. Among those trades and signings. Not only did the Chiefs lose a dynamic playmaker in Tyreek Hill, but the Raiders signed wideout Davante Adams away from Green Bay and the Denver Broncos took on Russell Wilson.
While both moves looked good on paper, in reality they were a major bust.
The Chiefs have been in three of the past four Super Bowls, winning twice. Mahomes is also a two-time MVP.
Featured image: Screen shot from embedded Twitter video.
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