Watch: Ex-Chiefs Cheerleader Loses Her Mind Over Harrison Butker’s Speech – ‘Grounds for Termination!’

A former Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader isn’t happy with Harrison Butker.

Stefanie Hillhouse, who cheered for the team between 2018 and 2024, called out the kicker in a Thursday TikTok video.

Hillhouse assailed Butker in a profanity-laced video, according to the liberal website HuffPost — and even claimed Butker might have violated his terms of employment with the Super Bowl champion by giving a commencement speech that infuriated liberals.

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“Anything you say or do that doesn’t align with that brand … will be grounds for termination,” the former cheerleader said of Butker’s May 12 address at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas.


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@stefhills This message is for Harrison Butker. #nflcheerleader #kansascity #harrisonbutker #speech #chiefs ♬ original sound – Stefanie Hills

“I would assume we went to the same PR training,” the former cheerleader said of her experience working for the same organization as Butker.

Hillhouse did predict that the Chiefs would comb over Butker’s scathing criticism of President Joe Biden.

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Butker encouraged both men and women to embrace the vocation of family life in the speech.

Hillhouse, whose TikTok biography refers to her being a Chiefs cheerleader from 2018 to 2024, as well as a “woman in Christ,” referred Butker to the Chiefs’ team “therapist” in response to his language encouraging women to lean in to the role of being a homemaker.


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Butker pointed to the family vocation as the highest calling in his speech, distinguishing it from professional careerism, according to the National Catholic Register.

Butker’s speech on religious principles drew a direct condemnation from the NFL itself, which saw the need to clarify that the kicker’s views do not represent those of the league.

Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones expressed his love for Butker following public backlash to his speech.

Tavia Hunt, the wife of Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, defended aspects of Butker’s speech in an Instagram post, according to Forbes.

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