Rachel Bush, the wife of Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer, claimed Sunday she was harassed by Kansas City Chiefs fans during the 2021 AFC Championship game.
Bush, who watched the Bills fall to the Chiefs, 38-24, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, called out the alleged behavior in a series of since-deleted tweets, according to TMZ.
“These drunk chiefs fans behind me knowing damn well I’m a wife saying s–t directly to me smh yuck,” Bush penned.
In a separate message, Bush wrote: “I’ve NEVER gotten into it with fans but holy cow… disrespectful … embarrassing…”
Bush later clarified that “not all chiefs fans are awful,” noting some were kind.
“For the record too since I know articles will be written lol – not all chiefs fans are awful lol – some were so nice!.. just the ones behind me directly harassing us were,” Bush wrote.
“The rest of their own surrounding fan base was even embarrassed so that’s that lol,” she continued.
Bush later praised the 28-year-old Poyer.
“One proud wifey tonight. Told me he was gonna give it his all and he sure did,” Bush tweeted.
“All year though. Like how you just gonna play lights out every damn game,” she added.
Last month, Bush chided the Pro Bowl voting process after Poyer didn’t receive a nod.
The Chiefs will now face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl 2021 on Sunday, Feb. 7, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
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