Brittany Mahomes had one message for Caitlin Clark that will drive her haters up the wall

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Caitlin Clark is already setting records in her first season in the WNBA after becoming the fastest rookie to record 150 points, 50 rebounds, and 50 assists in their career.

But she’s also been under attack from the woke left-wing outrage mob and other players for daring to be one of the league’s best and most popular players as a straight white female.

And Brittany Mahomes had one message for Caitlin Clark that will drive her haters up the wall.

The Indiana Fever’s Caitlin Clark became the WNBA’s biggest star the moment she was drafted first overall back in April.

During her time at the University of Iowa, Clark set the NCAA’s all-time scoring record for both men and women – she scored 284 more points than Louisiana State University’s ‘Pistol’ Pete Marovich racked up in his career, but also had the opportunity to do so by playing in 56 more games than he did.

She already changed women’s college basketball this year when more than 18 million people watched her lead the Hawkeyes to a National Championship earlier this year.

And within the first 24 hours after she was drafted by the Fever with the first overall pick in the WNBA Draft, Clark sold more jerseys than any player in all of professional sports.

But despite all she is doing for women’s basketball, Clark still has a lot of haters, particularly amongst jealous WNBA players.

During a recent game, Chicago Sky player Chennedy Carter put Clark on her back with an unprovoked, nasty body check.

Carter also called her a “b****” before knocking her to the ground.

Even left-wing co-host of The View, Sunny Hostin, recently attacked Clark on racial issues by claiming that she was “more relatable to more people because she’s white.”

But Caitlin Clark just received some support and encouragement from an unexpected source – Brittany Mahomes, the wife of Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

In a post on Instagram, Mahomes told Clark to “keep doing your thing!”

“You’re a baller, and it’s incredible to see what you’re doing for the game and women’s sports!” Mahomes wrote.

But Mahomes was not alone.

Tennis legend Martina Navratilova also offered some words of encouragement to Clark in a post on X.

“The players in the WNBA need to realize that Caitlyn Clark is helping all of them, now and in the long run,” Navratilova wrote. “Caitlyn is the tide that will raise all boats!”

Navratilova is right.

Clark is bringing more new viewers and fans to the WNBA than ever before.

During one of her WNBA games shown on ESPN, an average of 2.1 million viewers tuned in to watch Clark.

Thanks to Clark, five separate networks have set new WNBA viewership records this season.

One day, maybe Caitlin Clark’s critics will realize that a rising tide lifts all boats.