Patrick Mahomes was clearly less than pleased to see his little brother pouring water on smack-talking Ravens fans … telling reporters Wednesday, “Obviously it’s something we don’t necessarily want to do.”
Jackson Mahomes was caught on camera dousing Baltimore supporters with a bottle of water following the Chiefs’ loss at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday.
The video — which shows fans jabbing at Jackson after the game before he tossed the liquid all over them — quickly went viral … and Patrick said in his weekly meeting with media members that he wasn’t thrilled with it all.
The Chiefs star, though, did seem to at least understand the impulsive act … saying, “There was things said to him and [my fiancée] Brittany that you don’t see kind of on the clip.”
Still, Patrick is hoping Jackson learns from the situation and deals with it in a different manner going forward.
“He’s been good at not trying to respond to that stuff,” Patrick said. “He takes a lot and he’s usually pretty good at it.”
“He’ll learn from it and just try to stay away from those people best he can.”
Jackson has been a mainstay at his older brother’s games throughout his career … and, despite Sunday’s incident, he’s still expected to be on the sidelines and in the stands at Patrick’s games going forward.