Travis and Jason Kelce Hilariously React to Terrible Fan Art: ‘I Did You Real Bad My Apologies’

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce (62) and Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) hug after an NFL football game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs on Nov. 20, 2023, at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.

Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce had a hilarious reaction to some fan-submitted artwork shared with their New Heights podcast’s Reddit page.

In a bonus video released Friday, Jan. 19 through the podcast’s YouTube account, the brothers reviewed three pieces of fan-submitted artwork. The first was of a pair of Kelly green sneakers with an image of Jason on the side of one shoe. In the image, Jason wore his Philadelphia Eagles jersey.

Jason also starred in the second piece of fan art, which the brothers agreed was a “pretty accurate” sketch of the Eagles center. Jason added that he thought the sketch was “impressive.”

But the brothers had a more negative reaction when they reviewed the next piece of fan art. The third sketch displayed for the video was submitted by Reddit user ilovetaytrav1387, an apparent reference to Travis’ relationship with pop star Taylor Swift. Travis, a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, is #87 on his team, while Swift has identified 13 as her lucky number.

In their submission, the Reddit user shared how their own circle of friends reacted to the sketch, explaining the figure in the drawing was thought to be the Canadian rapper Drake, not Travis.

“I did you real bad my apologies,” they wrote.

Travis exclaimed in surprise when he saw the scratch art image pop up.

“What is this?” he asked. "What are we doing?”

Jason laughed at his brother’s reaction. “Looks like you and Kobe Bryant had a love child that was painted by Van Gogh,” he said.

After an initial round of jokes about the drawing, Jason said he “kind of” liked it.

“Yeah, it’s not bad,” Travis conceded. "It’s art. It’s through the eyes of the beholder. Best portrait we’ve seen yet.”

The brothers’ podcast later shared a clip from the video on X showing them discussing the drawing.

“The 92%ers truly make the best fan art,” the tweet said.

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