JuJu Smith-Schuster is not in Kansas City to mess around and play games.
The former Steeler, who recently signed a one-year deal with the Chiefs earlier in the month, has put to rest any rumors that he and his new quarterbacks younger brother Jackson Mahomes would be making videos together on TikTok.
During an Instagram live session with NFL Network's Taylor Bisciotti, Smith-Schuster was asked whether or not he'd entertain the idea of making videos with Mahomes' younger brother. The Pro Bowl receiver said 'Nah that's not happening,' adding that he came to Kansas City to work.
“Nah. That is not happening,” Smith-Schuster said to Bisciotti. “Do I see myself doing that here? I’m here to work… I came here to win."
Even though we won't be treated to a Mahomes-JuJu collab on TikTok, Smith-Schuster recently shared a video on the popular social media app, showing off his new No. 9 Chiefs jersey.
Speculation about the two potentially working together started immediately after Smith-Schuster signed with the Chiefs. More fuel was added to the fire when Mahomes shared a post on his Instagram story with the caption, "Now we have to collab..."
With Smith-Schuster squashing the rumors, at least for now, Chiefs nation can rejoice that their newest weapons focus will be on returning from his shoulder injury and regaining his standing as one of the best young receivers in the NFL.
The 25-year-old played in Pittsburgh for five seasons, making one Pro Bowl appearance in 2018. His deal with the Chiefs is reportedly worth $10.75 million, with a base of $3 million, plus incentives.
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