I wish I was making this up. Below is a video that a Chiefs fan proudly tweeted of himself booing during the unity moment. It reminded me of a South Park episode I saw a while back. Both videos are available below. Do you see any similarities?
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve heard of the events at last nights home opener. Chiefs fans are being shamed across the country for what seemed like booing the Moment of Unity before kickoff. The fans claim they didn’t do it but either way, Kansas City needs to do better.
Fans in attendance have provided video which they say clearly shows that they were not in fact booing the moment of unity but were booing the Texans. You can watch both the fan and live broadcast videos below to decide.
This first video is what the people at home saw on their televisions. You can clearly hear what appears to be booing the moment of unity. If this is the case, I’d be fine with not allowing the guilty parties back into Arrowhead.
The second video is from a fan that attended the game. Fans in attendance have vehemently denied any booing for the moment of unity and insist that they were booing the Texans.
This video from Arrowhead Stadium shows fans were not booing when players from the #Chiefs and #Texans gathered at midfield for a moment of unity before kickoff. #Texans HC Bill O’Brien also said after the game he didn’t hear boos.
Tony’s Kansas City, a popular KC blog, put together this video of the scene at Swope Park last night during the gun battle that left 6 injured. So far no arrests have been made. All injuries are believed to be non-life threatening.
KC has gone red in preparation for the upcoming Chiefs season that kicks off on Thursday. New Chiefs inspired murals are popping up all over town as well as dyed fountains, championship banners, decorated statues and painted Super Bowl LIV logos.
The Kansas City skyline will go red on Tuesday, September 8th. Take advantage of the extra day off this weekend and use the map below to get out and explore KC while showing off your Chiefs pride.