San Francisco 49ers Star’s Wife Causes A Stir With Wild Video

San Francisco 49ers Star’s Wife Causes A Stir With Wild Video

The wife of San Francisco 49ers star Fred Warner caused something of a stir this week following the NFC Championship Game.

In a now-viral video, Sydney Warner called out fans of the Philadelphia Eagles for making her feel unsafe during last Sunday’s outing.

@sydwarner_ Tis’ the off-season ☺️🫶🏽 #nfcchampionship #phillyfans #49ers #traveltiktok #offseasontraining #fyp #nflwife ♬ original sound – Sydney Warner

“I just didn’t feel very safe,” she said.

“Fred told me not to wear any red. I did end up wearing a red bag but I had to end up hiding it underneath my jacket because people were doing the ‘F yous’ and the shoving and that whole thing so I definitely covered it.

“But then I was at the concession stand and this guy saw it, and, you know, he was drunk, so I’ll give him that. But he got in my face and this other Eagles fan saw it and was like, ‘hey man, you better chill out.'”

The partners of various 49ers star have been in the headlines nonstop over the past few months. Between girlfriends going wild at games, Brock Purdy’s First Lady seeing her provocative photos go viral and Nick Bosa’s ex sending him the strangest of video messages – it feels like they have been a permanent fixture in the news cycle.

This was no exception.

Obviously it is unfortunate that Sydney was treated in this way, but Eagles fans have the reputation that they have for a reason.

They’re a crazy group – no ands, ifs or ors about it.

Fortunately neither Sydney nor anyone around her was hurt.

Will Eagles fans clean their acts up ahead of their Super Bowl match-up against the Kansas City Chiefs? Probably not.

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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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