An NFL fan’s bizarre cheerleader video caused a major stir this weekend.
Coming into this year, both pro and collegiate cheerleaders have found themselves in the spotlight.
On Sunday, it was more of the same when one particular NFL fan’s bizarre cheerleader video at a game caused a major stir.
ain’t no way pic.twitter.com/xhLit1zCbl
— juju 💰 (@ayeejuju) September 23, 2023
Given what the NFL fan was doing, and in light of how public he was with it, people had a lot of reactions.
Folks took to social media to respond.
Bro this actually makes me sick 🤢 pic.twitter.com/MZRCfLD4LS
— SWB 💫 (@ykkswb) September 23, 2023
Flag on the play forsure
— Prince (@ChiSportsGuy8) September 24, 2023
caught in 4k 😭💀
— meme hall of fame (@MemeHOFer) September 23, 2023
— hood (@McLovin7788) September 23, 2023
Samsung coming in clutch 🤡🤡
— TheNigerianGee 🦍 (@TheNigerianGee) September 23, 2023
Bro probably on 10X zoom 😭😭
— ʞɹɐʇS ˙ᗡ ˥ƎnN • العبقري🥷🏼🦊 (@Aa_Ron019) September 23, 2023
He’s recording the most important moment of the game , mind your business 🤷🏻♀️
— Yotsu或 (@yakipacks) September 23, 2023
He was testing his phone camera zoom ability at long distance.
— EAGLE (@TropojanEagle) September 24, 2023
Big picture, this has been a busy week in football. Between Pam Oliver’s troubling appearance, Erin Andrews’ wild encounter with Patrick Mahomes and Olivia Dunne’s racy outfit to LSU’s game, maybe this particular fan’s actions will get forgotten quickly. Then again, the internet never fully forgets.
Just ask the Minnesota Vikings fan who got caught staring at a Philadelphia Eagles fan’s big butt not too long ago.
Alabama embarrassed Ole Miss, but it wasn’t all bad news for Lane Kiffin. https://t.co/zn1STPc6TV
— Game 7 (@game7__) September 24, 2023
The remnants will always be there.
And the same will be true for this guy.
What crazy cheerleader-related antics will NFL fans go viral for next? Time will tell.
Charles Kruger has been credentialed to cover two Super Bowls, four NBA Finals, and one World Series. A 20-year veteran in the sports world, he has sources spanning the NBA, MLB, NFL, UFC and NASCAR. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Calif., he is Game 7’s go-to source for rumors surrounding the Lakers, Clippers and Dodgers.