Travis Kelce kept the receipts and gave electric speech at the Chiefs SBLVII parade: ‘You gotta fight for your right to party’

Travis Kelce is known to be the Kansas City Chiefs hype man and also a fan favorite, and during the Super Bowl LVII Championship parade that ended up with the players taking the stage at Union Square in Kansas City, Missouri, it’s no wonder that he was left last to address the crowd.

Travis Kelce called out everyone who doubted the Chiefs

Travis Kelce and his teammates appeared to have taken many fans and media comments from around the NFL and used them as bulletin board material to fuel their inner fire in the quest to securing their second Vince Lombardi Trophy in four years.

With a very passionate speech he rallied the crowd and his teammates who stood alongside him in the stage, talking about some key pieces of the franchise and acknowledging Chiefs Kingdom as the best fanbase in the NFL and adding they all perform the way they do because of Chiefs fans.

Travis Kelce was joined by his mom for the Super Bowl parade

Donna Kelce joined her two-time Super Bowl champion son for her first Super Bowl parade and could be seen on one of the buses cruising the city.

The Kelce brothers mother was at centerstage this past week, something that both Jason and Travis Kelce had fun with and loved, as their emotional talk on the “New Heights” podcast can prove.