Hopefully that was not the real Lombardi Trophy.
If it was, the trophy given to the Kansas City Chiefs for their Super Bowl victory in February likely has some scratches on it. Or a dent. And it also probably smells like beer.
That's what happens after a night out with Travis Kelce.
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The Chiefs tight end hosted a music festival in Kansas City on Friday night called "Kelce Jam." Kelce appeared on stage and began using the trophy like an ice luge to drink a beer. He then spiked the trophy as if it were the football from a touchdown pass he had just caught from Patrick Mahomes.
Only difference is it’s made of silver instead of leather. Fear not, Chiefs front office executives. The Kansas City Star did report that the trophy was a replica.
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Kelce later took the mic, singing “Fight for Your Right” by the Beastie Boys.
Hip hop artists Rick Ross, Machine Gun Kelly and Kansas City’s Tech N9ne also performed. The event also included a chicken wing eating contest and a drone show.