Jackson Mahomes has gone onto claim the incident was an inadvertent one after a TikTok video emerged of him dancing on the 21 jersey logo of late Sean Taylor
Jackson Mahomes isn’t having the best of time since the NFL season has begun.
The brother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, Jackson has managed to court controversy on a slew of occasions already this season. However, his latest shenanigan are one which have gone way too far even by Jackson’s low standards with him caught dancing on the 21 jersey of late Sean Taylor at the FedEx Field.
Jackson Mahomes Dances For TikTok Video On The Memorial Of Sean Taylor
Jackson himself took to TikTok to share the video of him dancing on the logo, an area which was cordoned off to start off with. Jackson is seen in the vicinity of a barricaded area alongside Patrick’s finacee Brittany Matthews and Travis Kelce’s girlfriend Kayla Nicole. Jackson then decided to use the only talent he has in life, sway his body absurdly on top of the Sean Taylor memorial logo.
Jackson Mahomes was seen here dancing on the Sean Taylor “21” logo which was chained off to begin with.
This should infuriate everyone, this is disgraceful. pic.twitter.com/7puweqqOuM
— 𝐁𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐝 🥷 (@BannedKidd) October 17, 2021
Jackson Mahomes danced on the Sean Taylor #21 sideline tribute for TikTok.
Bigger question probably needs to be why anyone was allowed to stand on it to begin with.
— Chad Ryan (@ChadwikoTWW) October 17, 2021
Jackson Mahomes doing a TikTok dance on Sean Taylor’s memorial logo pic.twitter.com/PI5pzwS8c8
— BLACK ADAM SCHEFTER (@B1ackSchefter) October 17, 2021
The Washington Football Team had held a retirement ceremony of the Number 21 jersey, one which was worn by Taylor for four seasons. Taylor was killed during a robbery in 2007 at the age of 24 after four burglars had entered his Florida home and opened fire.
While Jackson has since gone onto issue an apology for his antics on Twitter, its clear that he was well aware of what he was doing.
“I want to sincerely apologize for accidentally being on the Sean Taylor #21 at FedEx Field. We were directed to stand in that area and I meant absolutely no disrespect to him or his family,” Jackson tweeted.