The Kelce brothers could have a very slippery guest on their New Heights podcast soon enough after appearing to make contact with a Kansas City Chiefs superfan who happens to be a wanted fugitive.
Jason Kelce and his brother Travis, who aren’t far removed from going up against each other in the Super Bowl, have extended an invitation to the bank robber known as “ChiefsAholic” in the hopes of having him interviewed.
The fan, whose real name is Xaviar Babudar, is wanted on a $1 million warrant after removing his ankle monitor and disappearing.
“Chiefsaholic, I don’t know where you are, but my brother and I would love to have you on @newheightshow to tell your story,” Jason Kelce wrote in a tweet on Friday. “We will go wherever, and disclose nothing for the sake of journalism.”
Someone who is claiming to be ChiefsAholic replied to the tweet and it appears they’ve agreed to take the Kelce boys up on their offer.
The Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office in Oklahoma revealed that the fan is on the run after removing an electronic monitoring device and skipping court on Monday. Should he be taken into custody, Babudar will be held on a $1 million bond.
Babudar is accused of robbing a bank in Tulsa County while on his way to a Chiefs game in Houston last December and was charged with the offenses of robbery with a dangerous weapon and assault while masked or disguised.
The accused told the court he was homeless and could not afford an attorney, yet Chiefs fans have said he regularly attended games.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.