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Patrick Mahomes’ Siblings: Everything To Know About The QB’s Brother & Half-Sisters

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Patrick Mahomes is a big brother to Jackson, Mia, and Zoe. Here’s what to know about the Kansas City Chiefs football quarterback’s siblings.

Kansas City Chiefs football quarterback Patrick Mahomes sticks by his family. In September, a video that featured his brother Jackson pouring water on a heckling fan following the Chiefs’ loss against the Baltimore Ravens quickly went viral. When asked about it at a press conference a few days later, the athlete, 26, had his 21-year-old brother’s back, explaining that the clip didn’t include the things said to his brother and his fiancée Brittany Matthews.

“Obviously it’s something that we don’t want to necessarily do,” Patrick told reporters. “There was things said to him, and Brittany, that you don’t see kind of on the clip. But, I mean he’s been good at it, at not trying to respond to that stuff. He takes a lot and he’s usually pretty good at it. And he’ll learn from it and just try to stay away from those people as best he can.” A supportive big brother!

Patrick is also half-brother to younger sisters Mia Randall, 10, and Zoe Mahomes, presumed to be about 6. After the athlete’s parents Patrick Mahomes Sr. and Randi Martin separated in 2006, they both welcomed daughters of their own with other partners. So, who are the quarterback’s siblings? Below, everything to know about Jackson, Mia, and Zoe.

Jackson Mahomes

Jackson is Patrick’s one and only brother. Born on May 15, 2000 to Patrick Mahomes Sr. and Randi Martin, the 21-year-old is, like most Gen Z, an internet personality known for his TikTok videos. No surprise here, but much of the backdrops of his videos take place at his brother’s football games, with recurrent content being dance videos. With over 988,000 followers, it appears to be what the people want. He’s also a college student, taking a different path from that of his athlete brother’s: Jackson studies marketing at the University of Missouri–Kansas City, according to a recent introductory YouTube video he shared. While much younger and not an athlete like his brother, it’s amusing to note that Jackson towers over Patrick.

Mia Randall

Born July 12, 2011, Mia is one of Patrick’s half-sisters. Mom Randi welcomed her several years after her split from husband Pat Sr. The proud mom regularly shares snapshots of little Mia on her Instagram, including one from her first day of fifth grade in August. Don’t be surprised if the 10-year-old decides to follow in her athlete brother’s footsteps. It appears that Mia is also a fan of football. Her mom recently shared a video of her throwing the old pigskin at a stadium. Plus, Mia has been awarded an Awesome Athlete certificate, proving that the apple does not fall too far from the sibling tree. Along with football, Mia also plays soccer and tennis.

Zoe Mahomes

Finally, Zoe is one of Patrick’s two step-sisters. His dad welcomed Zoe with a former partner sometime in 2015. Like her family, Zoe has an affinity for sports. The 6-year-old is a soccer player. As evidenced by her Instagram, she’s also a miniature basketball enthusiast. It comes as no surprise that a love of sports is a recurrent theme throughout the Mahomes family, as Zoe and Patrick’s father was formerly a professional baseball player who played in Major League Baseball between 1992 and 2003. Throughout his career, Pat Sr. played for the Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox, New York Mets, Texas Rangers, Chicago Cubs, and Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Austen Kroll Talks Possible Relationship With Ciara Miller

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Winter House’s Austen Kroll and Ciara Miller Say “Never Say Never” On Romantic Relationship, Plus Austen Says He's "Happy" for Ex Madison LeCroy

Attention Winter House fans, this hot tub hasn’t grown cold yet! Although the two are “currently single,” Southern Charm star Austen Kroll hasn’t ruled out rekindling the flames with his current Winter House co-star, Ciara Miller.

In a new interview with People, Austen stated, “Yes, we are both single.” But he added that the two are still in touch, saying, “You never say never. Craig [Conover] thinks I’m going to end up with her.”

Even more telling is the fact that Ciara has apparently visited Austen in Charleston, SC, after filming for Winter House wrapped.

“It was great to see her and reconnect,” he told the mag, adding that the Summer House star did not film for Southern Charm.

Bravo fans will remember that on the very first night of Winter House, Austen and Ciara instantly had a connection that sent them both running to the hot tub for a steamy rendezvous. As the show has progressed, they have even gone on to casually date. However, it seems the timing just wasn’t quite right as both Austen and Ciara have confirmed they are currently not together.

However, it seems Ciara, like Austen, hasn’t closed the door completely.

Ciara recently spoke to Entertainment Tonight, saying, “I genuinely liked [Austen]. I still kind of have these feelings towards him.” She also added that she “had a lot of fun” on her trip to Charleston, SC.

“He definitely grew on me in the most positive way. There were so many moments where I felt like I could trust him, and feeling safe and secure is something that’s so important to me. That definitely catapulted me really liking him,” she continued.

So, what exactly was the catalyst for the potentially temporary fizzle between Austen and Ciara?

Could it possibly have anything to do with the “love triangle” that played out between Austin, Ciara, and Lindsay Hubbard on Winter House?

Lindsay previously told Page Six, “We’re just friends at the moment. Because we have had some sort of romantic history and because we are such close friends, I think the wires get crossed and lines get blurred a little bit.”

Before becoming entangled with Ciara and Lindsay, Austen was in a nearly three-year relationship with a fellow Southern Charm star, Madison LeCroy, who announced her engagement to her boyfriend, Brett Randle, after six months of dating. Austen seems to have moved on and holds no ill-will towards his ex as he expressed nothing but the best for the two.

“I’m happy for her. She has a son that she has to think about. She wants a family and I think she’s accomplished that, or trying to,” he said. “Good luck to them.”

Photos Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo

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Racist White Ex-Cop In St. Louis Given Light 1 Year 1 Day Sentence For Beating Black Undercover Colleague During 2017 Protests

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Racist White Ex-Cop In St. Louis Given Light 1 Year 1 Day Sentence For Beating Black Undercover Colleague During 2017 Protests

This is one of the “blue lives” that matters? Tuh.

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For several years now we’ve seen people take to the streets to protest unjust brutality in the aftermath of a violent and viral incident with police. The sad irony is that we’ve seen many people be assaulted and brutalized by the police while they are protesting the type of abuse that they are being subjected to. Cops just generally don’t do a great job of reading the room.

According to a report on Buzzfeed News, a white ex-cop in St. Louis, Missouri has gotten off with a slap on the wrist for his violent offenses but there’s a kicker. The person who 37-year-old Dustin Boone assaulted was also a cop! During a 2017 protest that resulted from the acquittal of ex-cop Jason Stockley in the killing of Anthony Lamar Smith, a Black undercover police officer was brutally beaten by Boone and another officer named Randy Hays. Boone pinned officer Luther Hall to the ground and allowed Hays to savage him with a baton. The white officers believed that Hall was a protester. Guess that’s all it takes to be assaulted with a weapon.

Prosecutors in the case asked that Boone be sentenced to 10 years in prison. His defense attorneys asked for a little over 2 years. US District Judge E. Richard Webber decided both were obscene amounts of time and tapped Boone of the wrist for 1 year and 1 day that way he would be eligible to get reduced time for “good behavior”. The injuries and PSTD that Luther Hall suffered got him a $5 million settlement from the department which is great, but for his attacker to get a calendar year’s worth of time is insulting…as hell.

During the trial, prosecutors released mounds of evidence proving that there was no “good behavior” in Boone’s body. For example, he sent the following text to another officer on the force during the times of protest.

“But it’s gonna be a lot of fun beating the hell out of these s**theads once the sun goes down and nobody can tell us apart,” he wrote in one message.

In another text, Boone referred to Black folks as “F***ing ni**ers” while talking to another officer. Yet, despite all that, the judge only saw fit for 366 days of “punishment.”

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Twitter Bans Memes, Viral Videos, Images of Private Individuals

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Twitter Bans Memes, Viral Videos, Images of Private Individuals

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Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 30, you can no longer tweet memes, videos or images that go viral at the expense of a private individual.

Twitter’s new CEO, Parag Agrawal, has banned sharing memes, viral videos and images of private individuals without their consent.

The news comes one day after Jack Dorsey stepped down as CEO.

The new policy essentially bans memes and videos from going viral on the platform if they are of private individuals.

As you know, most viral memes and viral videos on social media are of private individuals.

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According to a Twitter blog post, the new policy prohibits “Sharing personal media, such as images or videos, can potentially violate a person’s privacy, and may lead to emotional or physical harm.”

The post states the policy prevents viral memes or viral images that features “activists, dissidents, and members of minority communities.”

The new policy expands on the already existing private information policy.

Exceptions will be made for videos that go viral in certain situations “such as in the aftermath of a violent event, or as part of a newsworthy event due to public interest value.”

Violators will be dealt with by a range of enforcement options.

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Tags: Internet memes, Jack Dorsey, Parag Agrawal, policy change, Twitter, viral video

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