Repping both of her sons’ teams, Donna wore a Raising Cane’s shirt that was half red for Travis Kelce and the Chiefs and half green for Jason Kelce and the Eagles
"Hello, this is Mama Kelce. Can I take your order?"
Donna Kelce is getting in the spirit for her sons' rival football game.
On Monday, Jason Kelce's Philadelphia Eagles will take the field against Travis Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. Mama Kelce started the day off by serving up Raising Cane’s to fans in Kansas City.
Donna wore a Raising Cane’s shirt that was half red for the Chiefs and half green for the Eagles. The split T-shirt, similar to her iconic jacket, read “Kelce" on the back.
The football mom wore a headset as she took drive-thru orders and manned the counter of the fast food joint.
Raising Cane’s official Instagram account posted a Story of Donna taking an order via headset. “This is Mama Kelce rocking the stage at Cane’s! What can I get for you?” she said with a smile.
Jason and Travis face off Monday in a rematch of the 2023 Super Bowl.
In a bonus episode of their joint podcast, New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce (Presented by Wave Sports + Entertainment), the two athletes discussed the upcoming game.
Despite the fanfare surrounding the game and the prospect of seeing the brothers go head-to-head, the two shared during the spot that they don't like all of the game's focus being on them.
"I feel bad because it gets played into a lot about us and not so much our teammates who are also playing the game," Jason shared. "I think that's why from the outside perspective, I wish — it always feels weird when that is the main part of the headline because there are so many other guys out there with us who are also playing."
Travis kept his response short, agreeing with his brother by saying "Hell yeah."
Elsewhere in the bonus episode, Travis gave his brother, and the Eagles, kudos.
"I just love competing against the best, man, and Big Play Slay, Byard… you got some dogs, outside of just the front line," he said, complimenting the team's roster.
"Hopefully we can beat the Chiefs for the first time in my entire career," Jason joked in response — his four previous times playing Kansas City, including the Super Bowl, ended in losses.
"I really don't think about it as a Super Bowl rematch," Travis commented. "I think of this as the Kansas City Chiefs vs the Philadelphia Eagles in 2023. Both teams are different than they were last year, no matter how similar they are, it's never the same. I think about it like — this doesn't have much bearing from what happened a year ago. Well, not even a year ago I guess at this point."
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