Pat McAfee stunned after ChiefsAholic gets placed on KC’s most wanted list - “This man will stop at nothing”
Pat McAfee expressed a mix of disbelief and admiration as news broke that ChiefsAholic, a well-known Kansas City Chiefs super fan, was reportedly on the most wanted list in the Kansas City area.
The situation arose when ChiefsAholic was accused of robbing a bank in Oklahoma but chose to evade the authorities and skip court proceedings. McAfee highlighted these details and jokingly speculated that ChiefsAholic might attempt to rob another bank in a different location.
“ChiefsAholic is still on the run after skipping court in Oklahoma for a bank robbery. ChiefsAholic finds himself on a most wanted list. He's on a most wanted list, it's only a matter of time before ChiefsAholic is back attempting to rob a bank somewhere."
McAfee encouraged his listeners and followers to be on the lookout for someone dressed in a wolf costume, the signature attire of the Kansas City super fan. He even suggested that ChiefsAholic might risk evading the authorities just to attend a Chiefs game, emphasizing his unwavering dedication to the team.
"Everybody keep your heads on a swivel for a running wolf. This man will stop at nothing to see his Chiefs play football from the front row in a wolf costume, not court, not financial issues, not a bank teller…”
Pat McAfee takes a different attitude to ChiefsAholic compared ot the Kelce brothers
Pat McAfee has taken the tack that the super fan is a fugitive from the run, which is a different view taken from when the Kelce brothers addressed the Kansas City supporter in their program.
"Chiefsaholic, I don’t know where you are, but my brother and I would love to have you on @newheightsshow to tell your story. We will go wherever and disclose nothing for the sake of journalism."
It led to a torrent of criticism, which perhaps explains why Pat McAfee has taken a different viewpoint. Instead of inviting him on, he has asked his viewers to keep their eyes peeled for him.