It’s Travis Kelce’s world: we’re just living in it.
“I love this city to death. I promise you from here to the end, I cherish every moment with you all. I promise you every single one here feels the same exact way,” he bellowed.
Kelce screamed: “I’m wearing about half the beers I’ve been trying to drink, baby!”
He began his intense victory speech quoting from the 1979 film “The Warriors”: “CAN YOU DIGGGG IT?!”
Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs points to the crowd during the Kansas City Super Bowl Parade Wednesday afternoon in Kansas City, Missouri. (Brian Davidson/Getty Images)
“We represent everybody and honor every single veteran that went to war for us,” Kelce said.
He had a tough act to follow and some brotherly competition.
At the rally, he poetically told the crowd just how they did it: “And what we do, what we do, we release a can of whoop-ass on everybody. Twenty-four to zero. I ain’t trying to hear it. Down 10, I ain’t trying to hear it. Fourth quarter, six and whatever left on the clock. Down 10. Pssst. Pssst. Psst.”