A debate from last year continues to linger amid the Kansas City club scene and tonight a dedicated news crew gather opinions and share a rare bit of unanimity regarding a controversial local issue.
To wit . . .
EVERYBODY DISLIKES THE ALLEGEDLY ELITIST ATTITUDE OF JACKSON MAHOMES FOLLOWING A BEEF WITH A LOCAL CLUB!!!
A few things to consider given that TKC wholeheartedly believes that TikTok dancing remains far more offensive than any kind of bar beef . . .
In fairness, most people talk a lot of trash when it comes to boozing and/or club life. It might be a bit unfair to judge young Jackson too harshly given that he's only 21 and just learning the ropes of nightlife etiquette.
However . . .
More than anything Kansas City hates highfalutin attitudes . . . This is the Midwest, Kansas City remains a cowtown and there isn't anybody hanging out here in flyover country who is SOOOO MUCH better than the rest of the locals. Every minor celeb, athlete and politico would do well to take this axiom to heart.
Nevertheless, we turn to our friends at KC Magazine for their spin and data driven journalism on the topic . . .
The younger Mahomes was not treated how he expected to be treated by servers at the bar and lashed out using his verified Instagram account. “The service is absolutely terrible and the servers are so rude,” he posted, following up with responses from people who agreed.
SoT posted a snarky “apology” which went viral, first being reported by Kansas City but soon getting coverage across the country. “We are sorry that we set boundaries that you tried to ignore,” read the statement. “Oftentimes people with un-earned status and a sense of entitlement think they are above the rules and will lash out at the employee enforcing them.”
The bar later deleted that post and shared a sincere apology. Our readers universally condemned for Jackson Mahomes.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Our story with the most engagement since our last issue was the war of words between Crossroads cocktail spot SoT and Patrick Mahomes' controversial kid brother.
You decide . . .