The Kansas City Chiefs signed NFL free agent wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster to a one-year contract worth $10.75 million during this offseason and social media had a filled day as it meant he would be teaming up with Mahomes…No, the other one.
During an Instagram live with NFL Network’s Taylor Bisciotti, Smith-Schuster was asked if he plans on collaborating with quarterback Patrick Mahomes brother, Jackson Mahomes on TikTok. Smith-Schuster quickly shut that notion down.
Will Juju & Jackson Mahomes make tic toks together?
“Nah. That is not happening,” the NFL wideout said. “I’m putting that out there right now, I’m not making no TikToks.”
We are not really sure by him saying he wouldn’t be making any tiktoks, because he wasted little time doing that already in his new Chiefs’ jersey.
Jackson already wanted to do a collab as he asked for one on his Instagram story soon after JuJu signed on with the Chiefs.
Smith-Schuster previously spent five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and recorded 323 receptions for 3,855 yards and 26 touchdowns.
The 25-year old was drafted at pick No. 62 overall by the Steelers in the 2017 NFL Draft. He played collegiately at USC.