Major Plot Twist in Story of Kid Accused of Wearing ‘Black Face’ at a Chiefs Game

Published November 29, 2023

There is a massive problem with Deadspin’s famously failed report of a 5-year-old kid who was “caught” wearing face paint at a Chiefs game, only to be targeted in a hit piece for wearing “face paint.”

It turns out, he’s a “Native American.” That’s according to his mother.

Everyone asked to take a photo with him. He’s Native American – people are ridiculous,” Shannon Armenta, the boy’s mother, wrote on Facebook.

This is too good.

Earlier, Shannon Armenta had shared the report of Real KC Chiefs Fans, a popular Facebook group, that



RELATED: Deadspin reporter blasted by mom of young Kansas City Chiefs fan he falsely shamed for wearing ‘blackface’: ‘He is Native American’

Published November 29, 2023

The mother of a young football fan who wore a headdress and painted his face red and black to a Kansas City Chiefs game has blasted Deadspin for accusing him of “doubling up” on racism against black and Native communities — noting that her son is himself Native American.

Holden Armenta became an unexpected focus of an article by senior writer Carron Phillips that focused on a photo of the boy standing sideways, suggesting he was wearing blackface with no mention of the red side.

“The NFL needs to speak out against the Kansas City Chiefs fan in Black face, Native headdress,” read the headline, which accused the boy of “doubling up on the racism.”

Phillips, a former New York Daily News reporter, also slammed Holden’s Native American headdress and his “Tomahawk Chop” gesture, claiming the boy “found a way to hate Black people and Native Americans at the same time.”



RELATED: You Have My Permission’: Sanity Prevails As Native Americans Join Backlash Against Deadspin Hit Piece

Published November 28, 2023

It’s only Tuesday and yet it has been a very bad week so far for Deadspin and one of its senior writers, Carron J. Phillips, after the publishing of a hit piece Monday designed to cancel a young Kansas City Chiefs fan for the apparent crime of painting the team’s colors on his face during the team’s Sunday road game against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Though black does not appear to be a dominant color for the Kansas City Chiefs, it has appeared in logos and merch for the team.

For this, the young fan who had the misfortune to have his face broadcast for the nation to see during the CBS airing of the game was accused by Phillips of wearing “black face” and engaging in so-called “cultural appropriation” for wearing the headdress.

Unfortunately for Deadspin, Community Notes was hot on Phillips’ heels. And Internet sleuths did some digging and found out that it was actually Phillips himself who had the serious race issues, not the other way around.

In perhaps what may be the most humorous update to this story to date, Native Americans, Hispanics, and other communities are weighing in on the supposed “issue” of the boy’s face paint, and are confirming that there is, in fact, no issue at all while giving “permission” to others to engage in similar cultural celebrations as they see fit:






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