Patrick Mahomes' younger brother, Jackson, has found himself mired in controversy after he danced and filmed a TikTok while standing on a memorial to a former Washington player who was murdered 14 years ago.
The Washington Football team held a ceremony on Sunday ahead of its match against the Kansas City Chiefs to honor Sean Taylor, who was murdered in his own home during an attempted burglary in November 2007.
As part of the ceremony, the NFL outfit had Taylor's number retired and painted on the sideline on the visitor's side of the FedEx Field in a chained off area.
Jackson was on the field before kick-off when he filmed and released a TikTok of himself dancing on Taylor's number, during which he made a crude sexual gesture.
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After coming under heavy backlash on social media for the since-deleted TikTok, Jackson apologized, saying: "I want to sincerely apologize for accidentally being on the Sean Taylor #21 at FedEx Field.
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