Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews Take Their Super Bowl Celebration Home to Kansas City

Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews are soaking up every moment following a wild Super Bowl victory parade in Kansas City. After defeating the San Francisco 49ers and winning the first Super Bowl in 50 years for the Kansas City Chiefs, Mahomes and Matthews arrived at the parade to celebrate the historic win in a big way — and fans loved every minute of it.

Patrick Mahomes Brittany Matthews KC Chiefs
Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes | David Eulitt/Getty Images

Matthews takes the celebration to social media

On Wednesday, Mahomes and Matthews showed up in Kansas City for the highly-anticipated victory parade. Thousands of Chiefs fans showed up for the event, despite a cold and blustery day.

After the event was over, Matthews shared an adorable pic of her and Patrick Mahomes kissing during the event. The pic features the couple standing on a confetti-bombed platform at Union Station and sharing an intimate moment in front of the crowd.

Matthews posted the pic a few days after sharing a photo of her and Mahomes at Disney World. The pair posed alongside Mickey and Minnie Mouse at the park, something that has been a tradition for winning quarterbacks after the Super Bowl.

Mahomes helped lead the Chiefs to a championship with two touchdown passes, one rushing touchdown, and close to 300 yards passing. The last time the Chiefs enjoyed a victory like this was way back in Super Bowl IV.

Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews are joined by Travis Kelce

Mahomes and Matthews were not alone as they rode through Kansas City. One of the quarterback’s best friends, Travis Kelce, was also on the float, along with his partner, Kayla Nicole.

According to NY Post, the couples sang “We Are the Champions” as they traveled through the streets of Kansas City. After the parade was over, Kelce’s girlfriend posted that she is vowing to quit drinking.

In celebration of winning the big game, Kelce gifted each of his teammates a bottle of Crown Royal, complete with a personalized bag.

“I literally love this team. I wanted to do something special to thank them for bringing the trophy home, which is why I gifted everyone a bottle of the extra rare Crown Royal XR to celebrate,” Kelce shared. “We fought. Now it’s time to party.”

Matthews later shared some photos on her Instagram Story, including a shot of her and Patrick Mahomes snuggling on a couch. She also posted some pics of her and Nicole, both of whom appeared to have a blast at the parade.

In addition to watching the players greet fans, Post Malone just happened to show up for his gig at the Sprint Center in a Mahomes jersey.

Mahomes throws pass to fan

At one point in the parade, Mahomes threw a pass to the crowd of onlookers while on top of the parade float. The football sailed through the air before bouncing around and being caught by one lucky fan.

But in a video showing the pass, there was another fan who attempted to catch the ball before running head-first into a parking meter.

The clip was shared on social media, which prompted Patrick Mahomes to ask if the fan was okay. We have no idea if the guy was hurt in the play, but it left fans cracking up on social media.

We can only hope that the poor guy is okay, but at least he got a special shout-out from Mahomes out of it. That, and he’ll be forever remembered by Chiefs Kingdom.

Is Mahomes headed to the NBA?

While Mahomes and Matthews are probably looking forward to the offseason, there has been a lot of talk about Mahomes’ skills on the basketball court.

Last year, a video surfaced of Patrick Mahomes playing a game of pick-up basketball, which proved that he could have gotten pretty far in the sport. After winning an NFL MVP and a Super Bowl MVP, Mahomes recently shared a post on Twitter about him getting snubbed from the NBA All-Star game.

“Where is my invite,” Mahomes wrote alongside a pic of the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game.

Some of the celebrities competing in this year’s game include the likes of Chance the Rapper, Common, Hannibal Buress, Jon Batiste, and Quentin Richardson. Mahomes clearly wanted an invite to the game, but we are pretty sure Chiefs general manager Brett Veach would have vetoed it.

That said, a lot of fans would love to see Patrick Mahomes compete in the All-Star Celebrity Game, which isn’t usually taken seriously.