Travis Kelce reveals what he REALLY wanted to say at Chiefs’ White House visit after Patrick Mahomes dragged Kansas City tight end off the stage
- Travis Kelce unsuccessfully tried to make a speech at the White House
- And he insists it would have been appropriate after he couldn’t finish it
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Earlier this week, Travis Kelce was dragged away from the White House podium by teammate Patrick Mahomes as he began to speak at the Chiefs’ visit honoring their Super Bowl win.
And while the tight end has a history of colorful language, he insisted on the latest episode of his ‘New Heights’ podcast that he was going to keep it G-rated.
Kelce didn’t have a chance to finish his speech after he began it ‘So, I’ve been waiting for this.’
‘Obviously, the president, at the podium, it’s iconic, and how he addresses the public — to my fellow Americans. That’s all I wanted to say, dude,’ Travis said to his brother and ‘New Heights’ co-host Jason Kelce.
‘That’s all you wanted to say?,’ Jason said.
Travis Kelce attempted to say a few words at the podium during the Chiefs’ White House visit
Patrick Mahomes quickly stepped in and didn’t allowing Kelce to share what he wished to say
The Chiefs’ unstoppable duo also posed with president Joe Biden and a No. 46 Chiefs jersey
‘That’s it,’ Travis said. ‘I shouldn’t have started off with ‘I’ve always wanted to do this.”
Mahomes apologized to the crowd as he whisked his favorite target away from the mic.
Whether or not Kelce is telling the truth about what he would’ve said, he’s known to make attention-grabbing statements in front of a microphone.
One that grabbed more than its fair share of headlines was when he called out Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval during the playoffs this season.
Kelce reprimanded Pureval while holding the Lamar Hunt Trophy in front of Chiefs fans after the AFC Championship game.
‘I got some wise words for that Cincinnati Mayor,’ Kelce told CBS’ NFL commentator Jim Nantz, imitating a Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson catchphrase. ‘Know your role and shut your mouth, ya jabroni.’
In an another interview with CBS’ Tracy Wolfson, Kelce also taunted Bengals fans, including Cincinnati’s mayor, after grabbing the mic from Mahomes. In it, he yelled: ‘Burrowhead my a**. It’s Mahomes’ house.’
Kansas City was unable to visit the White House when they won Super LIV over the San Francisco 49ers due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, making this visit long overdue.