The 'lil bro of Kansas City's star QB suffers another publicity nightmare, this time involving small biz and snacks.
To wit and according to KICK-ASS TKC readers who sent this story our way . . .
DESPITE STRIDENT MSM AND PR DEFENSE, JACKSON MAHOMES MIGHT BE THE WORST INTERNETS CELEBRITY KANSAS CITY HAS EVER WITNESSED!!!!
Local corporate media demands nothing but adoration for the fam of the star QB but it seems like it's fair to raise some questions or even reasonable objections to their online antics.
Here's part of a story that should give readers pause about how this crew treat the little people . . .
Rare Munchiez owner Sam Farha tells TMZ Sports ... Patrick Mahomes' little bro DMed the company on Instagram back in January, saying he loved their product -- rare snacks and sodas from across the world -- and would like a care package.
Farha says he had no problem with that ... as long as Mahomes posted his business and the bundle for his 260,000 followers to see.
Sam says Mahomes agreed -- but after the $250 package was delivered and signed for by the 21-year-old on Feb. 8, he went MIA.
Accordingly . . .
This misadventure is just as bad as a recent Kansas City barroom dispute wherein a local club was forced to apologize to the dancing TikTok star. Again, in that instance . . . The 'lil Mahomes might have garnered an online victory but he earned far more rebuke from people in the real world.
To be fair . . .
As long as the wins keep coming . . . Kansas City will continue to tolerate the minor annoyance . . . Meanwhile, it's pretty clear the local antipathy for the skylarking of Jackson Mahomes is on the rise.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Jackson Mahomes is getting ripped by a business again -- this time, a snack company claims the Chiefs QB's brother scammed them out of a $250 care package. Rare Munchiez owner Sam Farha tells TMZ Sports ...
You decide . . .