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Drake-produced documentary about ChiefsAholic in the works

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Kansas City Chiefs superfan and serial bank robber Xaviar Babudar, also known as ChiefsAholic, is receiving the documentary treatment.

Prime Video announced Tuesday that it has greenlit a true-crime documentary about Babudar titled "ChiefsAholic: A Wolf in Chief's Clothing." Rapper Drake will serve as an executive producer through his media company, DreamCrew Entertainment.

The documentary will follow Babudar's rise to fame as one of the Chiefs' most recognizable fans to his arrest in connection with a string of bank robberies that took place across the United States. It will feature interviews granted by Babudar himself and promises to offer "a firsthand perspective" on the events surrounding his arrest.

Babudar was a regular attendee at Chiefs home and road games, where he could be spotted wearing his signature gray wolf costume.

The 29-year-old was initially arrested in December 2022 in connection with an armed robbery at the Tulsa Teachers Credit Union in Bixby, Oklahoma. After being released on bond, he allegedly cut off his ankle monitor and was on the run for four months before being apprehended in California.

In February, Babudar pled guilty in federal court to charges of bank robbery, money laundering, and transporting stolen property across state lines in connection with 11 robberies or attempted robberies. His sentencing hearing is scheduled for July 10.

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