Remember that Kansas City Chiefs super fan that allegedly robbed a bank in his well-known wolf outfit? Well, rumors are he’s been released from jail.
Now, the entire fanbase has jokes about the situation.
According to Billy Football from Barstool Sports, Xavier Michael Babudar, otherwise known as Chiefsaholic, was released from jail after making bail.
Alleged Bankrobbing Chiefs Super Fan "Chiefsaholic" to be released from jail today, making bail before the Super Bowl, according to various sources.
The Chiefs have not lost a game while he was behind bars. Many fans think he should have waited to make bail till after the Game.
— Billy (@Billyhottakes) February 8, 2023
Okay, so Billy Football isn’t exactly Ian Rapoport. However, he shares a receipt of the bail that’s being tossed around on social media.
It’s official Chiefsaholic is loose https://t.co/dJvzwFWeVa pic.twitter.com/Ni2lstEKMc
— Billy (@Billyhottakes) February 9, 2023
Whether this is true or not is yet to be determined. Regardless, Chiefs fans seem convinced it’s real as they make continuous jokes about it on Twitter.
Chiefsaholic walking into the SB in full costume mere days after being released pic.twitter.com/cMoKBLaB9C
— 𝙍𝙚𝙞𝙙 𝙎𝙕𝙉 (@PowelliteSZN) February 9, 2023
Some Chiefs fans are concerned this is the beginning of a curse.
We losing the Super Bowl for sure now.
“The Curse of Chiefsaholic” https://t.co/6v6Wk4ZPYf
— Fat White Goodman (@NFLbadtakes) February 8, 2023
What if this dude just shows up to the Super Bowl in full costume?
Chiefsaholic rolling back to KC: pic.twitter.com/0LQdeIKfR6
— 🤙 (@kufootball1) February 8, 2023
This actually might be true. Chiefs fans will probably blame him for the loss.
If Chiefsaholic is really getting released today and we lose Sunday he’ll be the most hated fan ever
— Ralph Scotchly (@FootballGenieus) February 8, 2023
Just like the fanbase, we’re waiting to see if Xavier Michael Babudar sends out a tweet or maybe he just rolls up to the Super Bowl as if nothing happened.
Either way, the dramatics just increases for the Chiefs on Sunday.