News: New Orleans Saints Win Super Bowl, Fabolous, Diddy, Raekwon & More React
Sunday, Feb 7, 2010 9:37PM
The New Orleans Saints have won Super Bowl XLIV after defeating the Indianapolis Colts and sparked a group of Twitter reactions from Fabolous, Diddy, Raekwon and more.
Displaying his loyalty to the Colts, Fab stood by his team throughout the entire game.
"Take ur punk a** 3, Saints! Sean Peyton must not b following me on twitter.. I told him 2 take the punk a** 3 Sean Peyton jus DM'd me.. He said he'll take the punk a** 3 Mark my word, this is the set up 4 Peyton 2 close this game... 5 mins, 4 qt. Touchdown needed.. #MVP If ure not tweetin about the super bowl.. #f*ckouttahere nobody care what the f*ck u doin!! U jus got unfollowed! #unfollowsundays. Good game Saints.. I congrad yall on da win.. But what's wack is alotta yall was neva Saints fans, yall jus picked them cuz every1 else was." (Fabolous' Twitter)
Diddy celebrated the win by announcing a Saints after party in Miami.
"The official saints victory party at liv tonight!!! Hosted by me!!!!! DIDDY!!!!! The we gonna finish up strong at king of diamonds!!! Rt pls" (Diddy's Twitter)
The Wu-Tang Clan's "Chef" suggested Colts head coach Jim Caldwell consider new employment.
"Gongratulations Saints, I trusted ya hand tell the colts coach start looking for a new job! rt this crack." (Raekwon's Twitter)
Slaugterhouse's Joe Budden also paid homage to the efforts of the Saints.
"this will be a LONG 2 minutes. Congrats N.O..... upset Peyton didn't do it, but if any1 deserved a ring, its drew Brees." (Joe Budden's Twitter)
Prior to the game finishing, NBA star/rapper Shaquille O'Neal predicted the Saints would pull out the victory.
"I'm sayin it now new orleans saints superbowl champs What I say huh, huh, the 99 year curse is over, congrats to da saints Shaqstradamus does it again, congatulations new orleans, if any city deserves it, its you guys, now we gotta get lsu b ball bak on track." (Shaq's Twitter)
The Saints' win marked the end of its renowned losing streak seasons.
The New Orleans Saints, the N.F.L. franchise long associated with losing and disappointing its fans, defeated the Indianapolis Colts, 31-17, to win the franchise's first Super Bowl and give New Orleans fans cause for much celebration. (New York Times)