Mahomes joins Jimmy Fallon.
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NEW YORK — “Lights, camera, action!” Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is not only the NFL’s reigning MVP. The spunky 23-year-old is also a shrewd humanitarian. Mahomes made a guest appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” Monday night to confabulate on his record-breaking first season and to promulgate his new foundation “15 & The Mahomies,” a charitable organization that’s “dedicated to improving the lives of children by supporting initiatives that focus on health, wellness and communities in need of resources.”
In other words, the Al B. Sure! clone plans to proffer succor to indigent, hospitalized kids.
Mahomes launches ’15 and the Mahomies’ charity on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Monday https://t.co/Qhrqr0iuL7
— 15 And The Mahomies (@15andMahomies) April 2, 2019
“I am truly excited to announce the establishment of 15 and the Mahomies Foundation,” Mahomes said through a press release on the organization’s website 15AndTheMahomies.org. “It is my hope that the foundation will make a significant and positive difference in the lives of children.”
Mahomes expended roughly four minutes on the show. First, he lauded the “Final Four” achievements of his alma mater Texas Tech before thanking former Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith for mentoring him during his redshirt rookie campaign.
The Kermit-talking phenom also disclosed details of his especial confab with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady after the AFC Championship Game.
Watch the interview below.
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