chiefs tight end Travis Kelce Secured to take his place after Kansas City’s 23-20 win over Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval Bengal tiger in Sunday night’s AFC Championship game.
Pureval smack was talking about the Chiefs on social media all week before the game. The mayor even chimed in and used the term “Burrowhead,” which was popularized by Bengals cornerback Mike Hilton’s lead in the game.
Needless to say, Kelce and his Chiefs teammates didn’t appreciate Pureval’s comments, and he made a point of calling in the mayor after the game.
“I have something to say to the mayor of Cincinnati,” Kells said during a live interview with CBS Sports’ Jim Nantz. “Know your part and keep your mouth shut, you jabroni!”
Not long after, Pureval responded to Kelce’s comments on Twitter, where he even congratulated the Chiefs on the win.
“Yes. Served it right,” Pureval wrote. “Congratulations to KC on a hard-fought win and good luck in Arizona. So proud of our fans and our @bengals for their energy all year long. Who Dee!
Kelce was generally lit after the win, yelling “Burrowhead, my a–” while quarterback Patrick Mahomes was being interviewed on the CBS broadcast.