Chargers troll Harrison Butker with ‘Sims’ video of Chiefs kicker in a kitchen

The Los Angeles Chargers trolled Harrison Butker after the Kansas City Chiefs kicker told women during his sexist commencement speech last weekend that their “most important title” should be “homemaker.”

The Chargers creatively released their 2024/2025 football schedule modeled after the computer game “The Sims” on X (formerly Twitter) Wednesday and portrayed Butker, clad in his No. 7 jersey, cooking and cleaning in a kitchen.

The athlete’s Sim could be seen baking a pie, arranging flowers and wiping the kitchen’s counter.

The Los Angeles Chargers trolled Harrison Butker by portraying him as a Sim cooking and cleaning in a kitchen. Chargers/X
Butker’s Sim also arranged flowers. Chargers/X
The parody came after the Chiefs kicker’s sexist and anti-LGBTQ commencement speech. Chargers/X

“They put Harrison Butker in he kitchen cooking & cleaning 💀💀💀,” tweeted the official NFL Memes account.

“In the kitchen where he belongs,” tweeted another user.

“he did say homemaker is one of the most important titles there is. He’s finally getting his moment to shine 🤭,” added another.

Butker, 28, has been facing tremendous backlash ever since he spoke at Benedictine College.

The athlete told the women of Benedictine College that their “most important title” should be “homemaker.” BenedictineCollege
“In the kitchen where he belongs,” tweeted a netizen in response. Getty Images

During his controversial speech, he made anti-LGBTQ comments about “dangerous gender ideologies” and President Joe Biden’s “bad policies and poor leadership.”

“Things like abortion, IVF, surrogacy, euthanasia as well as a growing support for degenerate cultural values and media all stem from the pervasiveness of disorder,” he argued.

The pro football player also referred to Pride Month as an example of “the deadly sins” taught in church, complaining to graduates of the private Catholic college in Atchison, Kan., that queer people have an “entire month dedicated” to their rights.

The NFL condemned the athlete’s speech and advocated for inclusion. Getty Images
Butker hasn’t addressed the backlash. Harrison Butker/X

The viral speech has caught the ire of many, including journalist Maria Shriver who lambasted Butker — whose mother is a renowned physicist — for his “demeaning” address.

“I will not tell Mr. Butker to stick to kicking, but I would suggest next time he speaks to women first and listen to someone with a clearer take on where most women find themselves in 2024,” she wrote as part of a lengthy statement.

The NFL also felt compelled to distance itself from Butker’s controversial opinions, sharing in a statement that the league is “steadfast in our commitment to inclusion, which only makes our league stronger.”

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