A woman on TikTok says Brittany Mahomes, wife of two-time NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes, had her “character evaluated” after not tipping restaurant staff.
In November, Jessica O’Connor described her experience with the Kansas City Chiefs star’s wife while working at Hotel 1 as a waitress in West Hollywood.
Despite being nearly two months old, the video is circulating on social media.
O’Connor said Mahomes was in the area “with his entire group” shopping for wedding dresses, and that he didn’t tip after racking up a bill worth more than $100.
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“That happens sometimes, so I was willing to let the first one go and I thought, ‘Maybe he just doesn’t like me. Maybe it was something I said,'” O’Connor said.
But this was not something isolated, he said.
“They were there for almost a week and they didn’t tip any of our staff,” O’Connor added.
“And not only did he not tip, he was really rude.
“And I totally understand that celebrities don’t owe you anything, especially when you’re out in public. As a public figure, you should always come away thinking, ‘Okay, the people I interact with are recording these interactions, and they’re going to remember this.’
“And I’ll always remember that, Brittany.
“I just judge people by their character, and I think one of the easiest ways to judge someone’s character is how they treat someone in a lower position than them. And let’s just say, evaluated character.”
Patrick and Brittany Mahomes are high school sweethearts and have two children. The two married in March 2022 in Hawaii.
Brittany has become friends with pop superstar Taylor Swift since Swift started dating Travis Kelce in September. The two have been seen hanging out at both Chiefs games and away from home.
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Brittany will support her husband in the playoffs next week. The Chiefs are locked into the No. 3 spot and await their opponent. Patrick will be inactive this weekend as he rests for the postseason.
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