What color is the dress, Travis?
Travis Kelce’s revealing his name in recent days—often called “Kel-see”—may actually be pronounced as “Kells”, which caused some waves, which led to him and his quarterback Patrick Mahome There was a lively interaction between the two, and the general confusion among others in the NFL world.
On Thursday, the Chiefs’ close end tried their best to eliminate the chaos, but in fact it may just confuse more people in the process.
So, my real name is Travis Kelce (Kel-see). Now, I say Kelce because that was what my father said, but everyone around my father said Kelce (Kells). I will go to both. One is the real name and the other is the nickname. Honestly, I don’t care which one you call me, man. I thank everyone for your support, I think it’s so funny that it has reached this point. …You can call me, Kelce or Kelce, and I will reply.
So, in a nutshell: it’s strange that both “Kel-see” and “Kells” are correct; however, the family on his father’s side said “Kells”, which makes things more complicated, not Solve the problem completely.
He also said that one was a “real name” and the other was a “nickname”, but did not specify which was which. Come on, Travis, choose one!
We will see how Ian Eagle, Jim Nantz and other NFL broadcast staff deal with this issue during the 2021 season.
However, it doesn’t matter what you call him, as long as you call him one of the best close ends in football.