Home Celebrity Scoop Travis and Jason Kelce discuss the “tragic” shooting at the Kansas City parade in a new video – Monomaxos

Travis and Jason Kelce discuss the “tragic” shooting at the Kansas City parade in a new video – Monomaxos

Travis and Jason Kelce discuss the “tragic” shooting at the Kansas City parade in a new video

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Travis Kelce34, and his brother, Jason Kelce, 36, spoke out about the shooting that took place during the Super Bowl victory parade in Kansas City last week. The Kansas City Chiefs tight end and Philadelphia Eagles center discussed the tragedy in a new episode of their podcast: “New heights.”

“We just wanted to say that our condolences go out to all of the victims, their families, the Chiefs Kingdom and really all of Kansas City who were really there that day to try and celebrate the community,” Jason began. “The events that occurred are regrettable and deeply tragic. That’s why we want to thank the local law enforcement who responded, the first responders on the scene and everyone who stepped up to help those affected by this tragedy.”

Travis also encouraged his viewers to donate to the emergency fund to help victims and their families. Jason then added that he and Travis are “still working on finding a way to get involved.”

“Of course you can donate to these links now, but we plan to do something in the future,” Jason said. “We’re trying to sort this out right now. [We] I have a few ideas, but make sure you follow us and we’ll show you ways we’re trying to get involved.”

Last week, Travis shared a touching message on Twitter in which he revealed he was “heartbroken” over what happened.

“I am heartbroken by the tragedy that happened today. My heart goes out to everyone who celebrated with us and was affected. KC, you mean everything to me,” he wrote in the message.

Travis' tweet came just a few hours later it was reported that three people had been taken into custody after one person was killed and more than 20 others were injured when gunfire erupted near Union Station at the end of the parade. The Chiefs celebrated their Super Bowl victory against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday and appeared at the event on and next to a float while greeting the crowd that gathered on the sidewalks.

Mayor of Kansas City Quinton Lucas said the Chiefs organization confirmed shortly after the shooting was reported that all players and staff were safe and would be held accountable. At this time, the people believed to be responsible for the shooting have not yet been identified.

Just before Travis posted his message, his teammate Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs quarterback, responded to the shooting with a tweet of his own. “I pray for Kansas City…” he wrote along with three praying hands. Chiefs linebacker Drue Tranquill In a message, he also asked fans to pray with him. “Please join me in praying for all the victims of this heinous act,” he wrote. “Pray that doctors and first responders will have steady hands and that everyone will receive a complete healing.”

Chiefs safety Justin Reid wrote, “Praying for everyone in Kansas City at the parade,” while Donovan Smith wrote, “Praying for everyone in Kansas City today.” Trey Smith He also added: “My thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by today's events – a big thank you to the first responders who ran towards the sound of danger. “You are the ones who should be celebrated today.”



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