JASON KELSEY TRYS TO GET THE AWESOME KANSAS CITY PLAYER ON HIS PODCAST – Amid BANK ROBBERY ACCUSATIONS – Alongside Brother Travis Vows We’ll ‘Go Anywhere for Journalism’
Philadelphia Eagles star Jason Kelsey reached out to the alleged bank robber and chiefsaholic of Kansas City on Twitter Friday.
Xaviar Badbudar, aka Chiefsaholic, known for wearing a wolf costume in games, is said to be on the run after removing his ankle bracelet before a court hearing scheduled for Monday, in connection with a bank robbery in Oklahoma last year.
Chiefsaholic hasn’t been seen or heard from since, until he ostensibly appeared on the Internet following a PSA ad from Kelce, which he and his brother, Travis, suggested he feature on an episode of the New Heights podcast.
‘Sheikh, I don’t know where you are, but my brother and I would love to be on @newheightsshow to tell your story,’ Kelsey wrote.
“We will go anywhere and will not reveal anything to the press.”
Xaviar Babudar – a Kansas City bigwigs – was arrested for armed robbery in December
Jason Kelsey (right) pitched for Chiefsaholic to come on his podcast alongside his brother, Travis (left)
An account purporting to be Badpodar was answered from an account that no longer exists, according to his word.
I will get my blog. Where should they contact you? I’m going to have to delete this account by the end of days, so please let me know – Chiefsaholic. ‘
Then Kelsey answered. Direct to your @newheightshow email account. It looks like he starts doing an interview that gets the attention of the sports social media world.
Although it’s unclear if Kelce’s thinking has changed, given the negative comments sprinkled in the responses.
“Isn’t he a bank robber??” one user asked. Kelsey replied, “Yes.”
Others tweeted at Kelce their disappointment, prompting one follower to ask, “This isn’t the way you thought it would be, is it?”
Kelsey admitted afterwards that he was more amused by the potential interview than some of the online critics.
“No, I thought it was funny, I think this one is missing. I will make my stance against bank robbery more known from now on.”
The Kelsey brothers became the first siblings to play against each other in Super Bowl history in February.
Travis emerged victorious, capturing his second Super Bowl title as the Chiefs beat the Eagles 38-35 in the Classic.
Bapodar, 28, is known for wearing a wolf costume at Chiefs games and his gambling habits
Travis and Jason Kelce (L and R) became the first brothers opposite each other in a Super Bowl