Last year, Jackson answered a fan’s “kind of annoying” question about why he uses his brother for clout. “I don’t necessarily use him for clout, but it does have a lot of advantages and I get a lot of opportunities by being his brother, so that’s pretty cool,” the younger Mahomes revealed on YouTube.
And over on TikTok, Jackson laughed off his haters when he wrote, “You think you can hurt my feelings. Im the only boy in my family that doesnt play sports,” with the laughing crying emoji. (For the record, there are plenty of clips of him shooting hoops on what appears to be his family’s basketball court.)
Nevertheless, he persisted. Now his TikTok bio reads, “Sup I get Bullied a lot but I’m still here.”
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