Watch Video Footage: Andy Reid did not allow Chiefs to watch Rihanna’s Super Bowl halftime show

The Kansas City Bosses were down 10 focuses at halftime of Super Bowl LVII, so they couldn’t allow their psyches to meander.

That is the reason Andy Reid prohibited them from watching Rihanna’s halftime show.

Her performance was the most-watched halftime show of all-time, but nobody from the Chiefs saw it live, according to Patrick Mahomes.

“Mentor Reid told us, he said, ‘In the event that you go out to watch the presentation, simply continue strolling, on the grounds that you’re not playing the remainder of the game,'” Mahomes told Jimmy Kimmel.

Last year, Cincinnati Bengals kicker Evan McPherson escaped the storage space to get Dr. Dre, Sneak Canine, Eminem, 50 Penny, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, and Anderson Paak — we’ll assume the best about him, as he is a kicker.

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In any case, extraordinary groups facilitator Darrin Simmons was not excited, referring to it as “a sensitive subject” last year.

Catching the show didn’t affect McPherson, as he went 4-for-4 in his field goals and extra point attempts combined, But Reid didn’t want to risk anything.

Don’t feel bad for the Chiefs, though – Kansas City overcame a 10-point deficit to beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 38-35, for their second Super Bowl since 2020.

And even though they missed Rihanna, the Chiefs were still able to see The Chainsmokers at their victory after party.

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