CBS Under Major Scrutiny For Showing Young Chiefs Fan Wearing Very Offensive Costume In The Stands (PIC)

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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – NOVEMBER 26: Kansas City Chiefs fans cheer during the fourth quarter of a game against the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium on November 26, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Getty Images)

For years, and even during last year’s Super Bowl, many protesters have called for the Kansas City Chiefs to change their name, logo, and chants that appropriate Indigenous culture.

Protestors asked for the team to listen to repeated calls for change and to retire the name “Chiefs,” the arrowhead logo, and the team’s “Tomahawk chop” where fans make a chopping-hand gesture mimicking the Native American tomahawk while chanting a war song.

Those cries for change are only going to get louder after what happened Sunday.

CBS is under heavy scrutiny after they chose to show a young kid not only in Black face but also sporting a headdress.

The kid was inside Allegiant Stadium while the Chiefs played the Raiders.

For their part, the Chiefs have banned fans from wearing headdresses at Arrowhead Stadium. There is nothing they can do with fans who show up to other stadiums.

The Chiefs, who lost to the Eagles on Monday night, are 17-3 with Patrick Mahomes after a loss. Kansas City fell behind 14-0 in the second quarter but the game was far from over.

Mahomes completed 27 of 34 passes for 298 yards and two touchdowns. Travis Kelce caught six passes for 91 yards as the Chiefs almost pitched a shutout the rest of the way and won the game 31-17.

Kansas City extended its winning streak to six games over the Raiders, and the Chiefs have beaten their AFC West rival in 16 of the past 18 meetings.

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