Temple alum who’s car flipped Sunday afternoon said he hoped it would bring the Eagles luck in Super Bowl LVII in an interview with Kelly Rule on Fox29
Philadelphia Eagles fans were out in full force on Sunday before Super Bowl LVII, throwing parties in the streets before the game even started.
In typical Philly fashion, things spiraled out of control and a car ended up getting flipped during the pregame festivities.
Eagles Fans Flip Car Ahead of Super Bowl LVII
Okay let’s get a few things straight about the video above and what happened after the Eagles eventually lost Super Bowl LVII to the Chiefs, but still decided to storm Broad Street in celebration.
First, maybe it’s just me being older at this point, but flipping cars is beyond stupid. However, when you’re in college and binge drinking the day away, even more so now during the age of social media, I can easily see how this happened on Sunday afternoon.
Hell, when I was at West Virginia University, we used to burn couches and when the Mountaineers were one win away from making it to the National Championship, there were 9-foot blockades made of furniture lit on fire on the streets of Morgantown.
On Saturday game days, the garbage department would send trash trucks to remove any piece of furniture that was left outside hoping to prevent fires after the game.
“Where greatness is learned, and couches are burned” was a real saying.
Point being, I can easily see how something like this happens. I don’t agree with it but I’m definitely not going to kill anyone who was in attendance. As for those who celebrated after the loss, the only thing worse than doing that is the people online who couldn’t help themselves but sharing their opinions on why those weren’t “real Eagles fans” in the streets.
Both equally insufferable.
Anyways, it turns out that the person who owned the car was a Temple University alum.
Kelly Rule interviewed the owner of the destroyed car last night on Fox29.
Kelly Rule (Hi Kelly 😍 – Happy Valentines Day ❤️) caught up with the kid last night on Fox29.
Initially, the kid was hoping it would bring the Eagles good luck, but that clearly didn’t happen eithe. In the end, he lost his car, and the Eagles lost a Super Bowl. Tough break, but hopefully he has insurance that will cover the damage and he’ll be back on the road in no time. I’d also suggest starting a GoFund Me, I feel like that’s the perfect situation for people to donate. If you flipped the car or were there to witness it, toss in some cash. Easy enough. No one needs to get arrested.
Oh, and Kelly…I forgive you. Talk soon!