Cincinnati mayor reacts to criticism of Travis Kelce after Bengals’ AFC championship game loss to Chiefs.

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Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Purval never expected to be called out by Travis Kelce on national television after the AFC championship game. But that’s what happened after Kelce decided to react to his Pureval attack. social media video Above all ChiefsTheir home stadium is Barrowhead.

In response to Kelse, Pureval chose to take the royal road and congratulate Kelse and the Chiefs on winning the AFC.

After winning 23-20, the Chiefs, along with other comments Pureval made that week, said: ignited their collective firepowerSeveral chiefs, from Kels to Chris Jones to Patrick Mahomes, have spoken out about the disrespectful recognition they’ve felt from teams that previously beat them three times in a row.

Mahomes’ post-game comments included digging bengals Quarterback Joe Burrow has built a tradition of drinking cigars after games after big wins.

Bullshit aside, the Chiefs did enough to beat the Bengals team who were trying to defend their AFC title. The Chiefs were battling for his 13–3 lead and needed to outplay Burrow and Company on his second field goal at the end. His run in his last offensive play for the Chiefs was late hit penalty — Helped Harrison Butker set up the kick to win the match.

“We wanted to play against this team. We got them at Arrowhead Stadium and got the job done this time,” Mahomes said. los angeles times“And our work isn’t done yet.”



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