Two legends of Atlanta rap joined Cam Newton on the field before the NFC Championship Game today.
Is it really any wonder Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton has led his team to Super Bowl 50? He's got the best dab outside of the Migos camp, and he's earned the support of two of Atlanta's most important rappers, Jeezy and Future Hendrix, both whom joined Cam on the field before today's NFC Championship Game vs. the Arizona Cardinals.
Of course, the Panthers are interdivisional rivals with the Atlanta Falcons, but Cam is an Atlanta hero these days, and two of the city's chief luminaries had to fly up to Charlotte and usher Newton into the most important game of his career, out of which he and his team emerged victorious, besting the Cardinals 49-15.
Both Future, who namedropped Cam on the DS2 track "Rotation," and Jeezy shared pre-game photos with the Panthers QB on Instagram. Jeezy posted a picture of all three of them, and Future shared one of him and Cam mid-handshake, exchanging words of inspiration." "Against all odds," wrote the Purple Reign rapper.
In Super Bowl 50, the Panthers will take on the AFC-winning Denver Broncos, who defeated the New England Patriots 20-18. The matchup is set for Sunday, February 7.