Overheard On Twitter: Cardi B Doesn’t Dance Now, But She Enjoys Marcus Allen’s Moves
If you don’t know Marcus Allen for his insane ability to knock a ball loose, then you know him for his celebratory locker room videos after a victory. After Saturday’s stunning win against Iowa, Allen’s song of choice for the post-game party was a remix of Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” featuring Kodak Black.
Boy don't play wit me iont play wit kids Better go to school or somethin!!!! pic.twitter.com/onjw8BMZeJ
— Marcus Allen (@Chico_Hndrxx) September 24, 2017
Allen, accompanied by Trace McSorley, Brandon Smith, and the rest of the Nittany Lions, broke it down in Iowa’s pink visiting locker room. Many were thrilled to see the team celebrating after a close game, but one fan of the video stood out from crowd. Turns out, Cardi B is a Marcus Allen fan, responding with a line from her hit song:
I'm like Okaayyy https://t.co/3I0gJZPMA2
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) September 24, 2017
After Cardi B’s response, Penn State fans began their campaign for the rapper to come to State College.
CARDI COME TO STATE COLLEGE
— Dreama Mckenzie (@dreamaaaa_) September 24, 2017
Soooo when are you coming to Penn State
— Maribel Ramos (@_mbr__) September 24, 2017
Come to PSU !!!
— Court Court (@Brownbeauty524) September 24, 2017
Yessss Cardi repping Penn State
— Broke Bitch (@OhTay_Monie) September 24, 2017
I feel like you should come to Penn State now.
— #ITKWZ (@intheknowwithzo) September 24, 2017
If Cardi goes to Penn State for a performance, I'm coming back home!
— Freed Baby (@Hello_Kitten118) September 24, 2017
Come to penn state sis
— Tayah Price (@tayahmarie__) September 24, 2017
— Monty (@MontyBangz) September 24, 2017
If Cardi makes her way to Penn State anytime soon, we know who to thank.
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