Pat McAfee, the former NFL punter and current sports media personality, has been following the story of Xavier Babudar, the Kansas City Chiefs superfan who was arrested in July 2023 on charges of bank robbery and transporting stolen property across state lines.
In a recent episode of his podcast, McAfee said that he expects Babudar to face harsh consequences for his actions. “This is gonna be a bad ending,” McAfee said. “This is gonna be a very bad ending for this guy.”
McAfee pointed out that Babudar had a large social media following, and that his arrest and subsequent charges have been widely publicized. This means that Babudar will likely face a lot of public scrutiny, and that could make it difficult for him to get a fair trial.
McAfee also said that he believes Babudar’s actions were “selfish” and “stupid.” He said that Babudar “threw away everything” by robbing banks and then fleeing the law.
It remains to be seen what the ultimate consequences will be for Babudar, but McAfee is right to say that this is not going to end well for him. He has made some very serious mistakes, and he is now facing the consequences.
Here are some additional details from the article:
* Babudar was known as “ChiefsAholic” on social media, and he was a frequent attendee of Chiefs games.
* He was arrested in December 2022 after a bank robbery in Oklahoma.
* He was released on bail in February 2023, but he fled the law in March.
* He was arrested again in July 2023 in California.
The article concludes by saying that Babudar could face up to 20 years in prison if he is convicted of all charges.