(610 Sports) - Patrick Mahomes can do a lot of things really well. He was drafted in both the NFL and MLB, evidently he was a pretty good basketball player in high school, as well. The only thing it seems like this guy can't do is sing... Or can he?
Last week, the New York Jets released former All-Pro RB Le'Veon Bell and the dual-threat back quickly signed on with the Kansas City Chiefs. Like Mahomes, Bell is a man of many talents and making music happens to be one of them, as Bell released a full length rap-album titled "Life's a Gamble," in early 2019 and an earlier Ep titled "My side of Things," in 2018.
Following the Chiefs Week 6 win over the Buffalo Bills, the Chiefs signal caller was on-air with Carrington Harrison and Sean Levine of 'The Drive' and was asked about his newest offensive weapon, what he brought to the table and how he would be used in the offense? Another point of the conversation focused on Bell's rap career, when they brought up how earlier in the week they had a segment called "Drive American Idol," where they played a song of Bell's and a rap song from Chiefs DB Bashaud Breeland, he used as an apology for receiving a 4-game suspension, then had the fans vote on who was the better rapper.
When Mahomes was asked his opinion on who was the better rapper, he deferred, saying "he would need to dig a little deeper and get back to ya next week," but did offer up the idea of a collaboration between the new teammates and even hinted at a possible feature spot of his own on the track, as long as he could use a ghost writer for his lyrics.
With the amount of talent that Patrick Mahomes possesses, none of us would be surprised if he could sing or rap but Chiefs fans are comfortable with Patrick focusing on running it back with his teammates and newest backfield weapon.