Jackson Mahomes Apologizes For Kansas City Shuffle

First let's define terms . . . 

In order for a confidence game to be a "Kansas City Shuffle", the mark must be aware, or at least suspect that he is involved in a con, but also be wrong about how the con artist is planning to deceive him. The con artist will attempt to misdirect the mark in a way that leaves him with the impression that he has figured out the game and has the knowledge necessary to outsmart the con artist, but by attempting to retaliate, the mark unwittingly performs an action that helps the con artist to further the scheme.

Basically, it's an important bit misdirection . . . Internets outrage pr0n reactions are actually the point of this contrived publicity stunt.

Accordingly, here's the aftermath apology of a TikTok dance party that people with real jobs ignore . . . 

"I want to sincerely apologize for accidentally being on the Sean Taylor #21 at FedEx Field," Jackson tweeted. "We were directed to stand in that area and I meant absolutely no disrespect to him or his family."

Sadly, the dance party and OUTRAGE MARKETING SCHEME worked PERFECTLY.

Football fans aren't talking about more interceptions thrown by Patrick Mahomes in a boring and less than impressive game . . . They're blathering opinions regarding an Internets superstar.

And so . . . 

The younger bro proves to be the perfect foil to keep the Boy Scout image of the MULTIMILLIONAIRE QB intact despite very serious doubts about his future. 

Meanwhile, the plebs are encouraged to eat up news garbage, say nasty things on the Internets about some multi-millionaire youngster who couldn't care less and stop asking questions about the team's .500 record or that Navy veteran who was run over at Arrowhead.

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Jackson Mahomes issued an apology after he recorded a TikTok of himself dancing on Sean Taylor's logo at FedExField in Washington, D.C. Jackson Mahomes, the brother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, has apologized after he came under fire for a TikTok he recorded during Sunday's game against the Washington Football Team.

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