Post Malone Lost a Fierce Game of Beer Pong to Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes and it Marked Him For Life

In a new profile, Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes describes a fierce game of backstage beer pong with Post Malone that ended with the frustrated rapper being marked for life after taking a tough L.

Post Malone Lost a Fierce Game of Beer Pong to Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes and it Marked Him For Life

If there’s anything we’ve learned about Post Malone over the years, it’s that he is dead serious about his beer pong.

The “Circles” rapper is known for playing fierce games right up until the second he takes the stage and he hates to lose. We found out just how real his obsession is in the new magazine cover profile of Super Bowl-winning Kansas City Chief phenom quarterback Patrick Mahomes, in which the NFL’s highest-paid man winds an unbelievable tale about the time he schooled Posty in Pong.

According to Mahomes, the day the Chiefs paraded through the streets of their hometown  with their Lombardi trophy earlier this year, Malone just happened to be playing in town that night, so Mahomes flexed his Super Bowl muscle by snagging a suite at the venue. Posty invited the QB back for a hello before the gig and he brought along a jersey as a thank-you gift for the rapper’s hospitality.

Joined by teammate tight end Travis Kelce, Mahomes was more than happy to take Malone up on his challenge of a low-stakes game of beer pong. “I guess he loves beer pong,” Mahomes told the mag. “That’s, like, his thing.” And though Posty has legendary pong skills, he may have underestimated his opponents, one of the fiercest combos in the NFL.

Mahomes said he played pretty well, but his pal Kelce was “unconscious” good, with Kelce admitting, “I don’t know if I’ve ever been that hot on the pong table ever in my life.”

The dynamic duo just kept winning, and Malone “wearing his brand-new Patrick Mahomes jersey, red like the Solo cups on the table — grew increasingly ruffled,” according to the magazine, with the rapper admitting in an email that he’s a “pretty f–king competitive beer pong player.” After changing partners, bringing in a friend to play and even asking fellow rapper Swae Lee to sub in, Post’s manager pulled him aside after 10 games to remind him that it was showtime.

The frustrated rapper waved him off, determined to win a game. By the 14th or 15th L, Posty upped the ante and asked Mahomes and Kelce to put their autographs on a piece of paper, promising to tattoo them on his body if they win another game. “He has a tattoo artist literally in the room,” Mahomes said. “I’m like, ‘Dude, you do not actually have to get a tattoo of our autographs.” Spoiler alert: Post lost again and right after the show he got the new ink, which GQ said “looks like it had been written by someone who’d been drinking all day to be tattooed onto someone who’d been drinking all day.”

Malone has not posted a pic of his KC ink to date, but TMZ has what it reported is a snap of the tat, which is reportedly on the MC’s forearm.

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Tyra Banks Joins ‘Dancing With the Stars’ as New Host

Two days after Tom Bergeron revealed that he was not invited to return to host Dancing With the Stars for its upcoming 29th season, ABC announced that the TV personality’s longtime gig is being filled by Tyra Banks.

Tyra Banks Joins ‘Dancing With the Stars’ as New Host

Two days after Tom Bergeron revealed that he was  for its upcoming 29th season, ABC announced that the TV personality’s longtime gig is being filled by Tyra Banks.

Banks’ new Dancing With the Stars post came late Tuesday night. No stranger to TV production, the supermodel and industry veteran also joins the series as executive producer.

“I’ve been a fan of DWTS since its beginning,” said Banks in a statement. “The fun mixed with raw emotion, seeing celebrities push past their comfort zones, the sizzling dance performances… it’s always transported me to my days of turning it up 10 notches on the catwalk. Tom has set a powerful stage, and I’m excited to continue the legacy and put on my executive producer and hosting hats.”

Bergeron’s exit after 15 years, as well the dismissal of co-host Erin Andrews after six years, are clear bids to liven up the once vital primetime brand. Dancing With the Stars currently pulls 9.1 million viewers after 35 days of delayed viewing, half of what it once averaged. And while the series also used to air multiple cycles in a broadcast season, with episodes on two nights a week, it switched to an annual Monday-only run in 2018.

“Tom has been an integral part of the ABC family for nearly two decades, from hosting AFV to Dancing with the Stars,” said ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke. “We are grateful for all he and Erin have done to make Dancing a success. As we gear up for the show’s 29th season, we can’t wait to welcome Tyra Banks to our Dancing stage. Tyra is an award-winning multihyphenate whose fierce female prowess and influence across many industries have made an indelible mark. Her fresh take on America’s favorite dancing competition will surely bring more than a ‘Smize’ to fans everywhere.”

Banks’ TV credits are lengthy. She hosted and executive produced America’s Next Top Model and The Tyra Banks Show and also enjoyed a stint hosting America’s Got Talent. As for producing, she will work with Dancing showrunner Andrew Llinares to the the “creative refresh” planned for the 29th cycle — one that’s scheduled to air in the fall but seems just as likely to be delayed as the spread of COVID-19 slows Hollywood’s reopening plans.

“Tyra Banks is an icon whose powerful presence, trademark confidence, and industry-leading achievements inspire us,” said BBC Studios’ LA Productions GM Valerie Bruce, which makes the show for ABC. “We are proud to partner with ABC to welcome her as the new host of Dancing with the Stars. This represents a landmark moment in our 28 seasons producing Dancing with the Stars as we take this iconic show in a new creative direction. We offer our sincere thanks to Tom and Erin, whom we will always consider part of the Dancing with the Stars family.”

This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.

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