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Spencer Ware apologizes to Chiefs fans for playoff loss, talks new brand, Super Bowl pick

Chiefs RB Spencer Ware partnered with Beastmode’s brand to launch his own brand, Yes Lawd. He has some clothes and hats he’s selling at a store in Kansas City called Volume1ne in Westport (and online). I met him down there on Tuesday to talk to him about Yes Lawd and the Chiefs playoff loss.

Video here and a few notes below that.

Hanging out with Spencer Ware at Volume1ne in Westport. Come on by before 5! Give me questions .... find his stuff here

Posted by Arrowhead Pride: For Kansas City Chiefs Fans on Tuesday, January 17, 2017

On the brand Yes Lawd: He heard Marshawn Lynch say that once and it resonated. He talks about his connection to Marshawn and Beastmode and what Yes Lawd means to him.

Two Chiefs fans walked by looking for an autograph and he apologized to them about the loss. Thought that was a good move by him.

I asked him who can wear his clothes. He said anyone, even the elderly. I laughed.

One of the items he has is an all-red outfit - red pants and a red top. I told him we need to get Big Red in that. He also said that Travis Kelce was supposed to wear that to the game but didn’t. He’ll get him in it sometime next year.

One of his teammates, Darrin Reaves, showed up wearing some of his pants.

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