Before everyone was Dabbin’ on Em with Cam, they were going into beastmode and only showing up to work so they didn’t get fined.
The reason for that is one Marshawn Lynch, the beloved (and often controversial) Seattle Seahawks running back, who announced his retirement on Twitter during Super Bowl 50, the biggest football night of the year.
Cue: Fans to collapse into all the feels.
— Shawn Lynch (@MoneyLynch) February 8, 2016
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos defeated Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, winning the Super Bowl 24-10, and Lynch retires?
And here we thought that Queen Bey coming out in all Black everything, with her squad rocking Black Panther gear and afros meant that it was going to be a good night.
Salute to my guy @MoneyLynch … It was an honor sharing the field with you.
— Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) February 8, 2016
Word on the street is that Lynch, who suffered some injuries at the end of last season, was about to get the boot from Seahawks execs because they didn’t want to run him his money. Some may call them smart; we call them trifling.
Whatever the case, we’re sure this won’t be the last time we hear from our favorite Oakland bad ass.
Pardon The Interruption: Marshawn Lynch Retires On Twitter During The Super Bowl was originally published on hellobeautiful.com