"Keep moving, he's trouble": Fans warn Jason Kelce as Jackson Mahomes greets Eagles star in Las Vegas

Fans warn Jason Kelce as Jackson Mahomes greets Eagles star in Las Vegas
Fans warn Jason Kelce as Jackson Mahomes greets Eagles star in Las Vegas

Fans aren't impressed with Jackson Mahomes' presence at the Super Bowl. Patrick Mahomes' younger brother has often been called out on social media by trolls, referring to his previous scandals and an alleged sexual battery case.

Walking around in Las Vegas, Jackson greeted Jason Kelce in the lobby. The two seemed to share a normal greeting, embracing each other as they went their ways.

Fans, of course, took to calling Jackson out on social media:

Jason was at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, walking around as fans tried to get an autograph or a photograph from the Philadelphia Eagles star. However, they wondered how Jackson ended up appearing out of nowhere.

Fans troll Jackson on TikTok as the younger man greets Jason Kelce in Las Vegas
Fans troll Jackson on TikTok as the younger man greets Jason Kelce in Las Vegas
"Jason keep moving! He's trouble!" one user wrote.

Another TikTok fan wrote:

"So, uh, my brother is friends with your brother and uh we need to be friends too. Here's my purse".

Some even referred to Jackson as creepy, confused as to how he showed up at the hotel.

Others were concerned about Jason's safety and advised him to get some security.


Jackson Mahomes goes viral for being denied entry into sister-in-law Brittany's party

Jackson Mahomes did not take long to go viral ahead of Super Bowl weekend.

At a party before the Kansas City Chiefs-San Francisco 49ers clash, Jackson was captured on video trying to enter his sister-in-law Brittany's exclusive table but the security guy prevented him from doing so.

Jackson ended up reacting on Twitter (now X) after the link was shared on social media.

While Patrick Mahomes' family has constantly been in the public eye, Jackson and Brittany are a common target for trolls.

Last year, Jackson Mahomes was accused of sexually assaulting Aspen Vaughn, a 40-year-old Kansas City restaurant owner.

Jackson was also arrested before he posted bond.

As of now, his attorneys have filed to dismiss his sexual battery charges.

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Edited by Krutik Jain