Patrick Mahomes Ends Chiefs-Eagles Drama With Viral 6-Word Tweet

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Getty Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes II celebrates his second Super Bowl win.

In case you missed it, a Valentine’s Day Twitter beef sparked up on February 14 after Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster roasted Philadelphia Eagles cornerback James Bradberry for his controversial holding penalty in the fourth quarter.

One could argue that the social media jab was somewhat unnecessary two days after the Chiefs defeated the Eagles in the 2023 Super Bowl — especially since Bradberry handled the flag like a true professional after the game — and because of that, his Philly teammates took exception to the insult.

Wide receiver A.J. Brown was the first to respond, although cornerback Darius Slay and defensive back Chauncey Gardner-Johnson were not far behind. NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes II appeared to end the drama, however, dropping a rare mic drop tweet that went viral with over 58,000 likes.

The reaction — which most assumed was directed at Brown — simply read: “That man must just be bored.” Brown did quote tweet Mahomes, stating: “He called you and told on me. Sounds about right. Yeah y’all got it … [crying laughing emoji].” The Eagles wideout has since deleted that tweet.

Recapping the JuJu Smith-Schuster, A.J. Brown Drama

If you’re wondering how all this began, Brown responded angrily to the Smith-Schuster Valentine’s Day post that said, “I’ll hold you when it matters most,” with a picture of Bradberry.

Brown wrote: “First off congratulations. Y’all deserve it .This is lame. You was on the way out the league before mahomes resurrected your career on your 1 year deal Tik-Tok boy . He admitted that he grabbed you but don’t act like your like that or ever was. But congratulations again! 🎊👏🏾🍻”

Smith-Schuster messaged back: “Glad you were finally able to get all that off your chest after all these years. Good game bro 👍🏾💍”

To sum all of that up — Smith-Schuster started it, Brown continued it, and Mahomes finished it.

All the while, Bradberry kept being a professional, staying out of it. The only thing he posted throughout the entire exchange was two words: “ALL-PRO.”

Chiefs’ JuJu Smith-Schuster Has Secondary Beef With Eagles’ Chauncey Gardner-Johnson

Mahomes might have ended the drama between Smith-Schuster and Brown, but a separate argument got pretty heated between the Chiefs pass-catcher and Gardner-Johnson. You might remember the hard-hitting DB for his bone-crunching tackle that knocked the wind out of running back Isiah Pacheco during the second half.

“School boys acting gangsta …..” Gardner-Johnson first replied on Twitter.

Then, in a second tweet that went viral, the Eagles DB voiced: “JuJu ran from me when I check him in game 🥱🥱🥱 then 10 got his smoke 🤮” Gardner-Johnson is referring to the hit on Pacheco, saying that Smith-Schuster missed a block — or avoided it altogether.

This piece of trash talk did get Smith-Schuster’s attention, and he wrote back, “yea 🤣🤣 I went to the sideline to call him,” with a video of WR Javon Wims punching Gardner-Johnson during his New Orleans Saints days.

Smith-Schuster then responded a second time to the same tweet, adding: “Big [cap] 🧢, also I told you in the game to stop all that talkin because we were gonna come back and win that game. Now help me decide which finger I need to get sized for this ring 🤣🤣”

Gardner-Johnson’s final reply at the time of this article stated: “I got more INT’s then bra had TD’s….. maybe I need to change to WR 😅😂”

Every single one of these tweets from both parties has since gone viral, and something tells me that the Chiefs-Eagles grudge match could end up being a lot fierier than the original. The two franchises do play each other in 2023, as the NFL’s extra game just so happened to add a home matchup versus Philadelphia on the schedule.

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