Post Malone Stuns Fans by Trading Cowboys Jacket for Chiefs Colors at Super Bowl Afterparty

Post Malone Stuns Fans by Trading Cowboys Jacket for Chiefs Colors at Super Bowl Afterparty

Post Malone, the renowned hitmaker, made headlines for a sudden switch of allegiance at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl afterparty.

Brittany Mahomes, wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, successfully convinced the singer to don a Chiefs team jacket, momentarily putting aside his loyalty to the Dallas Cowboys.

Post Malone, born Austin Richard Post, had initially performed one of the anthems at Allegiant Stadium during the Super Bowl.

A Brief Insight into Post Malone’s Cowboys Connection

Hailing from the Dallas suburb of Grapevine, Texas, Post Malone’s familial ties to the Dallas Cowboys run deep. His father, Rich, served as the concessions manager for the Cowboys in the early 2000s.

Despite this connection, Post Malone’s willingness to embrace the Chiefs’ colors demonstrated a lighthearted approach to sports fandom.

Persuasion at the Afterparty: Trading Cowboys for Chiefs

Footage from the afterparty showcased Brittany Mahomes taking center stage, aiming to persuade Post Malone to swap his Cowboys jacket for a Chiefs one.

Initially resistant, the singer eventually agreed, gesturing to Mahomes that he would wear the Chiefs jacket for no more than a single song.

The lighthearted exchange amused fans, with many praising Post Malone for his good-natured participation in the impromptu jersey swap.

Fan Reactions and Social Media Applause

Online reactions flooded in, with fans on X (formerly Twitter) and attendees at XS, where the afterparty unfolded, commending Post Malone’s humorous take on the situation.

A user expressed, “Love Post Malone! Gracious in putting on the Chiefs jacket lol.” Another tweet hailed him as the “coolest man,” and a woman playfully remarked, “LOVE this!! HE’s part of the [Chiefs] Kingdom now. As a Texan, I get it but he can wear red.”

Acknowledging Chiefs-Cowboys Shared History

Some fans referenced the shared history between the Chiefs and the Cowboys, noting that the Chiefs were in Dallas before the establishment of the Cowboys.

This historical perspective provided a light-hearted justification for Post Malone’s temporary adoption of Kansas City red.

Recalling the Chiefs Tattoo: A Beer Pong Bet Legacy

This recent display of camaraderie wasn’t the first time Post Malone showcased his affinity for the Chiefs. In 2020, he famously got a Chiefs tattoo after losing a beer pong bet to Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce.

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