Brittany Mahomes Shuts Down Chiefs Haters After Team Makes Super Bowl: ‘Anyone Have Anything Else to Say?'

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 in the AFC Championship on Sunday

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Brittany Mahomes
  • Brittany Mahomes called out haters on social media after the Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens

  • The mother-of-two asked digital trolls if they "have anything else to say" in an Instagram story

  • Her husband Patrick will play in his fourth Super Bowl in six years on Feb. 11

Brittany Mahomes has a question for the Chiefs haters.

The 28-year-old KC Current owner was a "proud" wife when her husband, Patrick Mahomes, and the Chiefs won the AFC Championship on Sunday, and she took to social media to call out the naysayers after the win.

In an Instagram story, Brittany shared a photo of herself and Patrick from the post-game celebration, originally posted on his account, and wrote, “We went there. We won. Anyone have anything else to say?," with a smiling emoji.

The mother-of-two, who shares daughter Sterling Skye and son Patrick "Bronze" Lavon Mahomes with Patrick, added, "See yall in Vegas,” reminding the digital trolls that her husband will play in his fourth Super Bowl in six years as Kansas City's quarterback.

In her next story, Brittany wrote, "Just so incredibly proud of this guy," over a photo of her and Patrick celebrating the Chiefs' upcoming Super Bowl appearance on Sunday.

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As the wife to one of the NFL's biggest stars, Brittany is no stranger to social media trolls, and she's called out the negativity several times before.

In December, Brittany slammed "rude" people on social media after she noticed an increase in mean-spirited comments during the NFL season. "Recently there has been ALOT more rude a-- people on here, waaaay more then[sic] normal," she wrote in an Instagram story.

<p>CHRIS DELMAS/AFP via Getty Images</p> Patrick Mahomes and his wife Brittany Mahomes arrive for the premiere of Netflix's docuseries "Quarterback"

CHRIS DELMAS/AFP via Getty Images

Patrick Mahomes and his wife Brittany Mahomes arrive for the premiere of Netflix's docuseries "Quarterback"

Brittany added that she's "not sure" what drew the added negativity to her profile.

Concluding her message, Brittany wrote, "I’m not sure where y’all came from, but you should probably go back to where you came from…please."

And during a Q&A in August, she spoke about how the negative attention doesn't bother her anymore. Brittany responded to a follower who had asked if it bothers her "when people continue to talk [badly] about" her.

“It used to yes. But not anymore. I could give two s---s about people’s opinion of me that don’t even know me,” she wrote, adding a peace sign emoji.

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In response to another question from August's Q&A in which a fan asked about the emotional toll it takes “to have Patrick away so much,” Brittany was similarly candid. “Not easy but it is what it is. You learn and adapt as you go! He works hard and we are very appreciative of everything he does for our family,” she wrote.

Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Brittany and Patrick Mahomes
Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Brittany and Patrick Mahomes

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In March, the couple will celebrate their second wedding anniversary. Brittany and Patrick got married in Hawaii in 2022 following their initial engagement in September 2020. They met while attending Whitehouse High School in Whitehouse, Texas

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