Olivia Culpo’s Video For 49ers’ Christian McCaffrey Goes Viral

Olivia Culpo’s Video For 49ers’ Christian McCaffrey Goes Viral

Olivia Culpo’s video for San Francisco 49ers star Christian McCaffrey went viral this week.

Over the past couple of years, Culpo and McCaffrey’s relationship has been one of the most notable in the entire NFL. They are objectively a power couple within league circles.

Yes, Brittany Mahomes’ odd tipping behavior caused a stir last week. Sure, Marissa Lawrence’s racy photos set the internet ablaze earlier this week. But as far as famous partners go, that’s it. Culpo is the next most notable one.

With McCaffrey in the midst of an MVP-level campaign, their profile has never been higher.

This week, Culpo went viral with a video clearly aimed at McCaffrey that she shared to social media:


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“This is amazing,” one fan wrote.

“This is so creative! Love it,” another fan added.

“This is incredible,” a third person chimed in.

Culpo is obviously no stranger to making headlines. Be it for her causing McCaffrey’s injuries by way of their wild bedroom proclivities, her getting hurt herself while trying to get intimate with her beau, or her provocative outfits to his 49ers games, she is always blowing up for something.

This week proved to be no exception.

McCaffrey’s 2023-24 campaign has been one for the ages. His 1,395 yards are a career-best, and his 14 touchdowns on the season are just one score shy of the career-high 15 touchdowns he put up in 2019.

There is a reason he is the frontrunner to claim the league’s MVP trophy if it doesn’t ultimately go to Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (which it shouldn’t.)

Either way, whether McCaffrey earns MVP honors or not, Culpo’s video is evidence enough that the ma is clearly winning at life no matter what.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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