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Jason Kelce seemingly takes swipe at Harrison Butker while admitting he never washes his feet

Fans seem to think Jason Kelce is poking fun at his brother’s teammate Harrison Butker.

The former Philadelphia Eagles player, 36, joked online with a fan who tweeted that the ex-pro footballer “looks like he doesn’t wash his legs or feet” on Saturday morning.

Kelce responded by taking the jab in jest. “What kind of weirdo washes their feet….,” he wrote.

Jason Kelce seemingly took a jab Harrison Butker in his latest joke on X. Disney

When a fan tweeted that the former NFL pro looks like he “doesn’t wash his legs or feet,” Kelce admitted that he doesn’t. Jason Kelce/X

Kelce posted a joke, saying that his followers have been “fed diabolical lies” from “Big Soap” about bathing hot spots. Jason Kelce/X

When another follower joined the conversation by offering a “fun fact” on those who scrub their feet versus those who don’t, the “New Heights” podcast host responded with a wildly hilarious conspiracy theory.

“All of you have been fed diabolical lies that washing every crevice of your bodies and hair, all the time is somehow better or healthier. Any dermatologist not in bed with Big Soap will agree!! Hot spots are all that is necessary and actually leads to cleaner healthier skin,” he joked.

X users believe the “diabolical liars” line is a dig at Travis Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs teammate Harrison Butker, who recently used the same verbiage in his Benedictine College commencement speech earlier this month.

Butker made the same “diabolical liars” comment when he gave his Benedictine College commencement speech earlier this month. BenedictineCollege

He addressed women in his message, saying that they have had “the most diabolical lies told to [them].” Harrison Butker/X

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Butker, 28, aimed his address at women, telling those in the crowd that they “have had the most diabolical lies told to [them].”

He then encouraged them to be homemakers.

“Some of you may go on to lead successful careers in the world, but I would venture to guess that the majority of you are most excited about your marriage and the children you will bring into this world,” he said. “I can tell you that my beautiful wife, Isabelle, would be the first to say her life truly started when she started living her vocation as a wife and as a mother.”

Butker also called out President Biden’s administration for his “bad policies and poor leadership.”. Getty Images

Despite his distaste in the current US President, he was still present alongside his Chiefs teammates for their White House visit this week. Getty Images

The NFL kicker also complained of “dangerous gender ideologies” and President Biden’s “bad policies and poor leadership.” He also referred to Pride Month as an example of “the deadly sins” taught in church.

“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 continued.

Despite his thoughts on Biden’s presidency, the kicker was present alongside Patrick Mahomes and the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs team as they visited the White House on Friday following this year’s Super Bowl win.

Butker, a devout Catholic, faced widespread backlash for his “sexist” and “misogynistic” comments. Harrison Butker/X

The NFL kicker doubled down on his message weeks later in a separate speech held at the Regina Caeli Academy Courage Under Fire Gala. Getty Images

Butker’s comments sparked a widespread backlash as other public figures called out the athlete, who is a devout Catholic, for his “sexist” and “misogynistic” comments.

He doubled down on his beliefs in a separate speech weeks later at the Regina Caeli Academy Courage Under Fire Gala.

“At the outset, many people expressed a shocking level of hate. But as the days went on, even those who disagreed with my viewpoints, shared their support for my freedom of religion,” Butker said.

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