Post Malone lost to Patrick Mahomes in beer pong so badly the singer got a tattoo of his autograph

Post Malone lost to Patrick Mahomes in beer pong so badly the singer got a tattoo of his autograph
Patrick Mahomes celebrated the Chiefs' Super Bowl victory in February by attending a Post Malone concert, and left the MVP of the beer pong table.Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports // REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
  • Patrick Mahomes' talents extend outside the football field.
  • Mahomes revealed that after the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl win, he and a few teammates celebrated by attending a Post Malone concert.
  • Backstage before the show, Mahomes beat the singer so badly in beer pong that Post Malone wound up getting a tattoo of the Super Bowl MVP's signature.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes can do it all.

After being named NFL MVP in his first full season as a starter, Mahomes followed up his introduction to the league by bringing Kansas City its first Super Bowl title in 50 years. Most recently, he signed a massive extension with the Chiefs potentially worth more than $500 million to keep him in Kansas City for the next decade.

Mahomes is a multi-sport athlete and had been drafted to the major leagues as a baseball player before instead deciding to pursue a career in football. But there's another sport that Mahomes also apparently dominates: beer pong.

As Mahomes said in an interview with Clay Skipper at GQ Magazine, the Chiefs quarterback teamed up with his tight end Travis Kelce to destroy singer-songwriter Post Malone in beer pong backstage before one of his concerts.

The Chiefs' big night out began as an extension of their Super Bowl celebration in February. Post Malone was playing a show in Kansas City, and Mahomes and some of his teammates figured it would be a fun way to keep the party going.


"We didn't buy tickets," Mahomes told GQ. "But once we won the Super Bowl, we're kinda like, 'Can we get a suite?'"

Unsurprisingly, the accommodations could be made for the newly-crowned Super Bowl champions. Before the show, Post Malone invited Mahomes and his merry crew backstage to party a bit and wound up challenging the Super Bowl MVP and his trusted tight end Kelce to a few games of beer pong.

With that challenge set, Mahomes and Kelce began to run the table. Kelce told GQ "I don't know if I've been that hot on the pong table ever in my life." According to GQ, Post Malone grew somewhat frustrated as he began to pile up losses, switching teammates in an attempt to find a path to victory.

As the start time of the concert drew near, Post decided to make things a bit more intense, asking Mahomes and Kelce to sign a piece of paper and telling the Chiefs duo that he would get their autographs tattooed on him should he lose again.

"He has a tattoo artist literally in the room," Mahomes told GQ. "I'm like, 'Dude, you do not actually have to get a tattoo of our autographs.'"


But Malone made good on his promise, adding Mahomes' and Kelce's signature to his already impressive collection of body art.

Whether on the football field or at the beer pong table, Mahomes and Kelce are not a duo to be messed with.

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