Found October 26, 2011 on
First off, yes, it’s a rarity to see black dude reppin’ the Packers cheesehead. Can’t say we see that on a weekly basis. Not sure why black guys won’t rock the cheesehead, but it seems like a very white thing on NFL Sunday. But today we wrap our minds around Lanell in that head. Then we have drunken Matty Ice not in the mood for taunts from a cheesehead.
Don’t get your hopes up that there is blood in this one. Just a shoving match over a head and hat.
Posted: Oct. 25, 2011
Premise of Video: This went down a couple weeks ago when the Pack was in Atlanta and got yet another victory this season, 25-14. (Via the vlogger) right after packers falcons game at the georgia dome packers and atlanta fan get into it… hilarious
Climax of Video: Lanell just took Matty Ice’s cap and threw it over that railing. OMG! It’s on now.
Conclusion: Look at Aaron Rodgers pull Lanell off Ice before things really got out of control. OMG! Anyway, Ice swallowed his pride and now has to spend the next seven weeks breaking in a new Falcons hat. Very sad.
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