Fundraiser aims to send young Kansas City Chiefs fan falsely accused of racism to Super Bowl

Fundraiser aims to send young Kansas City Chiefs fan falsely accused of racism to Super Bowl


EXCLUSIVE — A fundraiser for the young Kansas City Chiefs fan falsely accused of racism last year has been launched with the intent of sending him to this year’s Super Bowl.

Holden Armenta, the 9-year-old Chiefs fan, was falsely accused of blackface and cultural appropriation for wearing a Native American headdress, even though Armenta is of Native American descent and was wearing red-and-black face paint to support the Chiefs.

Now, a group led by Eddie Smith, host of the Patriots Prayer podcast, and Maurice, better known as The Native Patriot and the co-host of the Skin in the Game podcast with Anthony Chavez, wants to send Armenta to the Super Bowl in Las Vegas on Sunday as a way to give him something to smile

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