Chiefs fan who ate a baked potato out of her pocket at Arrowhead continues to blow up online
By KMBC Staff
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KANSAS CITY, Missouri (KMBC) — Nicki Conrad went viral at arrowhead last weekend.
She brought a potato to the divisional round game.
Now, Hy-Vee is sponsoring her next tailgate party on Sunday.
This is the photo that’s gone viral after a Jacksonville fan posted, “kc fan eating a baked potato out of her pocket barf emoji,” during the Chiefs 2023 playoff matchup.
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“We’re just laughing about the whole thing. I think it’s funny,” Erica Karwoski said.
Karwoski is Conrad’s friend.
She made the call to Hy-Vee that earned their season ticket holder group a free tailgate to the upcoming AFC Championship Game.
“I am making her a sweatshirt so that everybody knows that she is the KC Potato Girl. It’s going to be big and bold,” Karwoski said.
The KC potato girl created a Twitter account to respond to the initial tweet.
“It’s comical to me that a potato made her this famous,” Karwoski said.
Fans KMBC spoke to outside Union Station definitely knew about kc potato girl:
“KC Potato Girl at the game? I did. And I think that’s awesome. And Hy-Vee is sponsoring her and the whole potato bar, I think that’s awesome that the whole City is getting behind her.” “She’ll be doing potato chip commercials.” “I heard that she had some hand warmers in her pocket, and she was turning around eating a baked potato in the stands.” “All of this because of a little potato.” Hy-Vee, Wendy’s, and other companies are now coming forward to collaborate with the hearty Chiefs fan.
It’s a rare moment from the internet, reminding others about real life.
“Be yourself. Regardless of what anybody thinks about it. This could have gone one of two ways, and honestly, it turned out to be a really good thing for a lot of people.” Karwoski said.
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