Jalen Hurts’ mother kept it true when asked about the Eagles’ superstar quarterback’s pipe.
Pamela Hartz says she’s fed up with her son’s rendition of “Fly Eagles Fly” after Philadelphia’s 31-7 win over the 49ers in January’s NFC Championship game.
‘Oh my god, it sucked,’ Pamela said while rolling her eyes in a recent interview KHOU 11 news.
“It was funny. He can sing better than that. The acoustics in the stadium were bad. He couldn’t hear — he clearly couldn’t hear himself. He was terrible.”
Pamela added that she enjoyed watching her son unleash before lifting the NFC Championship trophy on the Lincoln Financial Field stage.
“But it was all fun,” she said.
“It was nice to see him happy and free, and showing people a different side.”
Hearts went viral in January after helping send the Eagles to a Super Bowl for the first time since February 2018.
The 24-year-old quarterback took the mic from Fox Sports personality Terry Bradshaw and roared a squeaky version of “Fly Eagles Fly.”
Hurts was seen laughing and joking with his teammates as the Philadelphia local crowd sang along to the Eagles national anthem.
It was a rare moment for Hearts, known for his stoic and calm demeanor.
The Pro Bowl quarterback made headlines at the time with his high-pitch performances, but he set social media ablaze after hanging out with longtime girlfriend Breonna “Bligh” Burroughs.
The couple, who have reportedly been in an on-and-off relationship since 2016, were photographed smiling as they exited the rink together.
According to her LinkedIn, Burrows currently works as an Al partner at IBM.
The Eagles lost to the Chiefs 38-35 in the 2023 Super Bowl.
Hertz is known to be private about his personal life.
The quarterback often describes how football is his focus. quote quotes From my father, Abellion Hearts, who was a high school coach at Channel View in Houston.
“You gotta take care of what’s important,” Hertz said in an exclusive interview with The Post in December.
“But I accept myself for who I am, and I’m confident in who I am.
“And more importantly, the work I put in. I just want to lead. I want to serve. I want to be the best quarterback for my team and my peers.”