By Prince Hakeem
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has been one of the premier talents at the position for the pass 7 seasons. Since he’s come into the league, Kelce has been threat in the passing game. He’s tall and big, yet moves like a wide receiver. On top of all of the talent, Kecle has been known as one of the biggest personalities in the league. To put it transparently, Kelce epitomizes the white guy who’s grown up around black people and hip hop urban culture. Paired with the latest streetwear fashion, a black finance, and beard, Travis fits the white guy with drip starter kit.
So it was only right that when the Kanas City Chiefs won the AFC championship to advance to the Superbowl, Kelce let it be known what it meant to him. When asked during the live presentation of the trophy ceremony, Kelce went full frat boy and expresses jubilation after going tot the big dance after 7 years with the Chiefs. He ended it with the some famous bars inspired by the Beastie Boys. “You Gotta Fight For Your Right To Party”.
Protect Travis Kelce at all costs 😂 pic.twitter.com/IC4ousdAH0
— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) January 19, 2020