Patrick Mahomes’ Mother Shares Cryptic Message About “Things Some People Are Allowed to Do” Weeks After Heartbreaking Loss in Family
With misery comes the need to show responsibility, which may be the case for Randi Mahomes. Not long ago, she lost her beloved mother and may feel the need for support. Her deep-thought tweets surfaced on the internet, with strong messages. However, it is also an important time for her elder son star QB of the NFL Patrick Mahomes to prepare for the upcoming seasons. Her good deeds will surely fix things up soon.
She is a caring mother who took the responsibility to gather the family together, but sometimes, doing everything alone is not easy. Amidst the sad moments of her life, her younger son, Jackson Mahomes, is also facing criticism for his recent activities on social media, which is undoubtedly tough for the family.
Patrick Mahomes’ mother shared a message on Twitter about how some people are allowed to do things that others cannot. The message suggests that someone is keeping score, and she’s not doing very well, which could be related to her recent family loss. “If you are keeping score then dang I’m really loosing… the things some people are allowed to do,” she wrote. The message is cryptic, she doesn’t mention the situation, but it implies that she may be feeling frustrated or envious of other people who are able to do things that she cannot.
The death of Randi Mahomes’ mother, Debbie Bates Martin, who passed away at the age of 72 after experiencing health issues. In a separate tweet from recent, “Missing my mom so much it hurts and trying not to cry again in front of my daughter is impossible… 🙏🏽🙏🏽💔💔” – Randi Mahomes wrote.
Randi Mahomes shared that she is missing her mother very much and finds it difficult to hold back tears in front of her daughter.
Mahomes’ family faces hardship
Randi Mahomes, on Draft Day 1, worked with Variety Children’s Charity to have children walk the red carpet at the NFL Draft event. The charity thanked her, Jesus, Lilly, and Steve Milonovich from Pepsi on Instagram for making the event inclusive and shared player pictures on their stories.
After that, she put a story via Instagram saying “Don’t ever save anything for a special occasion. Being alive is a special occasion.”