The 25-year-old private coach, who’s pregnant with the couple’s first child, took to Twitter on Sunday, Feb. 7 to precise her ire after the sports activities community’s official Twitter account shared screenshots that confirmed the star quarterback showing dejected within the fourth quarter as the sport continued to slide away. Regardless of being the underdogs heading into the extremely anticipated NFL matchup, Tom Brady’s Bucs easily prevailed, 31-9.
“Cool ESPN, love the assist of a significant sports activities platform for probably the greatest gamers within the league… [ear of corn emojis]yyyy,” she wrote whereas quote-tweeting an ESPN put up.
Later within the quarter, ESPN posted a special close-up shot of final yr’s Tremendous Bowl MVP as he seemingly stared into house after an unsuccessful Chiefs play with simply over two minutes left within the recreation in opposition to the Bucs.
“Y’all are [trash emojis] for this too, however he seems to be rattling good to me,” she wrote about this one.
After the sport ended, Brittany tweeted her assist for her man and clearly had her thoughts on the larger image.
“Not how we needed it to finish, however 15 performed his coronary heart out and I am all the time and without end happy with him in all the pieces he does!” she posted, including prayer-hands and coronary heart emojis. “Now let’s have a child.”
Brittany wasn’t the one member of the household who was vocal on social media in regards to the recreation. Patrick’s mother, Randi Mahomes, tweeted simply earlier than the tip of the Tremendous Bowl that she believed the officers had been favoring the Bucs, and she or he tagged Tom’s spouse Gisele Bndchen.
“If you need to have the ref in your workforce is that actually successful!!! @giseleofficial lol,” Randi wrote, including laughing-while-crying and goofy-face emojis.
On the finish of the sport, she additionally expressed her displeasure with ESPN. “Love our chiefs!! Heartbroken to see how @espn @SportsCenter tried making enjoyable of my son,” she tweeted. “However i do know his coronary heart and love for his workforce and chiefs nation! Thanks chiefs followers.. remember these are somebody’s sons television [yellow-heart emojis] #godisgreaterthenmyhighsandmylows.”
For his half, Patrick, 25, tweeted on the finish of the sport to reward his followers however didn’t point out ESPN’s posts. “Thanks #ChiefsKingdom for all of the assist,” he shared. “Wasn’t the best way we needed it to finish, however we will probably be again.”