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Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion Hilariously Hit The Field With LA Chargers

They learned to play football in the latest episode of Cardi B’s “Cardi Tries” series.

In the latest episode of Cardi B’s series Cardi Tries, the rapper and Megan Thee Stallion team up to learn to play football.

They were joined by a few players from the NFL’s Los Angeles Chargers.

Cardi’s goal was to learn how to play the sport because she has a son and wants “to be one of those sports moms that be all involved in the sports activity.”

Cardi, 29, invited Megan because she thought her “WAP” collaborator would be the perfect person to help her learn the sport.

For her part, Megan said: “I’ve never played football, but I do know how to catch.”

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While learning their skills at n the Chargers’ practice building in Costa Mesa, California, the duo met Chargers player Antonio Gates on the field.

Gates informed them that they would be doing a 40-yard dash. They also received lessons in playing defense and offense. Before the drills, they suited in shoulder pads and practiced their game faces with the team’s equipment manager, Kevin Duddy.

They later learned defensive drills from players Derwin James and Keenan Allan.

“I’m just gonna envision that I don’t like this b***h,” Cardi said before hitting the tackle bag.

Later in the episode, Megan showed she could actually catch and even throw an accurate pass. Cardi on the other hand struggled a bit to catch the ball, but eventually caught a touchdown pass.

To celebrate their touchdowns, they practiced their touchdown dances, with Megan incorporating her infamous Megan knees.

Watch the full episode below:

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