Cowboys fan caught with sidechick on national TV over Wild Card weekend
Every Cowboys fan had a rough Wild Card weekend, as their team was the only favorite to lose in the first round. However, one fan had a worse night than most. Not only did his squad take a massive L to the 49ers, but he took an even bigger one, as he was caught with his sidechick on national television.
This Cowboys fan is down horrendous:
That’s right, out of the 100k+ people there, the camera managed to find this man and his sidepiece. Caught in 4K. Unreal. My man got sniped big time. I don’t see how he can ever recover from that. Just look at the facts of the case.
Apparently his ex-girlfriend posted the picture dragging him on IG. It was all confusing, but to summarize, this was “her man” that she’s not dating anymore, “cheating” with a side chick that he allegedly told her he was not seeing anymore.
Regardless, just imagine getting caught cheating in front of millions of people, having your girlfriend drag you on IG, then that goes viral on Twitter, and now somebody (me) is literally dedicating time out of their day to write an article about it.
Hell, he even had Stephen A. Smith laughing at his sadness on First Take. God, that is BRUTAL.
To make matters even worse, his identity and place of work were doxxed, according to the 97.5 morning show. I won’t be including any of that here because the man has suffered enough. He may be a Cowboys fan, but there’s a human soul in him somewhere.
Now, I don’t know where he stands with the side chick, but I have a feeling he’s going to end up with zero women instead of two at the end of this ordeal. I also think he will struggle in the dating scene from here on out.
“Aren’t you the guy that got caught with his sidepiece on national TV?”
That’ll be the question this guy gets asked any time he tries to talk to a girl. Of course, he may meet a girl that doesn’t recognize him, but I guarantee one of her friends will. Good luck finding a nice woman to settle down with, pal. At the same time, he clearly doesn’t seem to be the settling type.
Needless to say, this Cowboys fan is not the brightest. Granted, that could be said for most of that fan base (especially those born and raised in Philadelphia), but this guy really takes the cake.
Dallas blew it on the field. This fan blew it in life. However, in typical Cowboys fashion, he wasn’t even the worst fan in attendance that night. Not by a long shot.
Never change, Cowboys fans. Never change.