Texas's family property announced on Friday that it sold its majority ownership to an investment firm in Chicago, causing mixed reactions from fans and even one of NFL's biggest names. and buy Whataburger, "Wat said. "Make the honey oil with chicken biscuits all day, add a menu car and do not change anything, especially ketchup."
Although born and raised in Wisconsin, Lone Star State is home to Watts. And just like many teas, he loves Whataburger.
While Wat might have been spitting for the sale of Whataburger-not another Ketchup chain-another NFL superstar, Kansas City defender Patrick Mahomes did not seem too unhappy with the sale.
"While I can get one in the CC," Mahomes replied to Wot's knocking.
Whether the NFL star would have saved Whataburger? We still do not know. But Texas Governor Greg Abbott thinks he should.
On Saturday, Abbott just tweeted a mem
with a picture of former President George Bush who reads: "Get in JJ, We Save Whataburger."
It's not clear whether Wat would take the manager's proposal.
Watt has a long history of collecting money for more serious situations.
Last year, he offered to pay for the funerals of the 10 people killed in shooting at Santa Fe's high school. And after shooting Sandy Hook in 2012, Watt invited some of the children from the Sandy Hook Elementary to meet him and take part in a football day at the Texans stadium.