Chiefs Heiress Gracie Hunt Seems Focused Heading Into Super Bowl LV

The workouts are complete. The COVID tests have been taken. The private jet has landed. The photoshoots around town are history. It’s time to get down to business in Tampa for Chiefs heiress Gracie Hunt — her father, Clark, is the Chiefs CEO and her grandfather was Lamar Hunt — where the 21-year-old recent SMU grad can lock down her second Super Bowl title.

The former girlfriend of Drew Lock — before he was drafted by the Broncos and immediately became the enemy — fired off one final Instagram update on her way to Raymond James Stadium via one of those private box-truck looking rides.

“What a year it has been…unprecedented in every way. I’m thankful for this season, the joy it brought, and for each and every person that makes up our Chiefs family,” Hunt wrote on Instagram.

“Football is family and this year showed that more clearly than ever before. This team is like diamonds…refined by fire and pressure…that’s when they shine brightest!

“Cannot wait to cheer on this team tonight. Praying for their safety, strength, and for them to play and execute to the best of their ability. I believe!”

And there it is, the Chiefs heiress has spoken, and now it’s time to get it on.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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  1. There is not a single part of this chicks entire body that even remotely smells foul. She farts (and she don’t, she toots) her butthole emits invisable powdered sugar. You won’t hear it and you won’t see it, but your certainly gonna taste it, and it will be glorious

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