The brothers recalled the childhood incident during the most recent episode of their podcast, 'New Heights'
During the most recent episode of their podcast New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, the football brothers revealed a childhood incident that saw their dad dispose of their newly acquired Eminem CD.
Recalling a football game in which the rapper’s track “Lose Yourself” was played on the big screen, Jason, 36, said to his brother, “It brings you back to the first CD you ever owned.”
Travis, 34, replied with a laugh, “The Eminem Show, baby.”
“You know what happened to that CD though?” Jason continued. “Dad got into the car after you had bought that CD and he took it out and threw it out the window! I can’t believe you don’t remember this!”
As both brothers laugh at the throwback, Jason added, “It was one of the funniest things I ever saw happen!”
Revealing why their dad was against the music, Jason shared, “He started hearing some of the words and was like, ‘What the f——— is this?’ “
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“I remember that like it was yesterday,” the Philadelphia Eagles center concluded with a smile.
Jason’s trip down memory lane comes as the football star faces mounting speculation that he’s set to retire from the game.
The player — who has openly discussed the possibility of stepping down after this season — was seen looking tearful following his team’s 32-9 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night.
Jason did not speak with members of the media following the game, telling them: “No guys, not today.”
A question mark has hung over Jason since he tearfully discussed the possibility of stepping away from the game, revealing his passion for the sport was "tearing" his body apart.
"There have been little things that are not big things yet but are going to turn into big things the longer I play,” he added.
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