Travis Kelce has gained a reputation as a jokester and his mischievous ways were on full display at the White House last year.
The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in Super Bowl LVII back in February 2023 and continued the long-standing tradition of SB champions visiting the White House and meeting the President.
The Chiefs enjoyed a tour of the iconic Washington DC residence and met with President Biden inside the Oval Office.
Afterwards, Biden and the Chiefs posed for pictures outside the White House with Kelce and Patrick Mahomes holding up a No. 46 Biden jersey.
At that point, Kelce seized the opportunity to pull of one of the oldest tricks in the book, pointing off into the distance to distract 80-year-old Biden so he could reel off a few words at the President’s podium.
Thankfully teammate Mahomes was on his toes and managed to intervene before Kelce said something he’d later regret.
“Sorry! Sorry!” Mahomes said while waving his hands in apology.
Following the incident, Kelce revealed on his New Heights podcast with brother Jason what he actually wanted to say.
“Obviously, the President at the podium, it’s iconic, right?,” he said.