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Travis Kelce slammed by Jason Whitlock over comments on Harrison Butker’s controversial speech

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The Chiefs star said he ‘cherishes’ him as a teammate but cited his own upbringing – when his parents were both providers and homemakers – as the reason why he does not share the kicker’s views.

But Kelce has now come under fire for his comments, with Whitlock accusing him of being less ‘bold and honest and masculine’ than Butker. Travis Kelce said a whole lot of nothing there because he has virtually no self-awareness,Whitlock said.

Whitlock said.

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‘And that’s not a personal attack on Travis Kelce. It’s really an attack on the great wealth and fame and attention and adoration we pour on athletes.

‘He has no reason to be self-aware. He thinks that he’s here and he’s famous and he’s rich and he’s super successful because both of his parents worked outside the home. He doesn’t recognize because Travis Kelce is a knucklehead.’Kelce was speaking on the latest episode of New Heights when he defended Butker against the backlash.

‘When it comes down to his views and what he said at the Saint Benedict’s commencement speech, those are his. I can’t say I agree with the majority of it or just about any of it outside of just him loving his family and his kids,’ Kelce said.

‘And I don’t think that I should judge him by his views, especially his religious views, of how to go about life, that’s just not who I am.’I grew up in a beautiful upbringing of different social classes, different religions, different races, and ethnicities in Cleveland Heights and that’s why I love Cleveland Heights for what it was.

‘It showed me a broad spectrum, a broad view of a lot of different walks of life. I appreciated every single one of those people for different reasons and I never once had to feel that I needed to judge them based on their beliefs.

‘My household, my mother and my father both provided for my family and both my mother and my father made home what it was. They were homemakers and they were providers. And they were unbelievable at being present every single day of my life.

‘I think that was a beautiful upbringing for me. Now I don’t think everyone should do it the way my parents did, but I certainly, sure as hell thank my parents and love my parents for being able to provide and make home what it was.

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