Dr Disrespect & CouRage Congratulate Los Angeles Rams

The Rams beat the Bengals 23-20 on Sunday in the final chapter of Super Bowl LVI, and fans all over the world, including your favorite streamers, professional players, and content creators, went wild on the internet.

Interestingly, Eminem, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary joined Eminem, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary in the halftime show of the NFL championship finals, which featured a few of the best musical artists in the industry. Live performance of Mary J. Blige. For the viewers, the entire event was one to remember, and the gaming community echoed this sentiment on Twitter.

The co-owner of 100 Thieves, Jack ‘CouRage‘ Dunlop, and a few others reacted to the Los Angeles Rams’ championship win.

Despite the fact that both teams had equal chances of winning, TimTheTatman, a Call of Duty streamer and NFL jinx, favored Los Angeles Ras to win. Because Tim has been wrong about every playoff game this season, every Bengals fan now expects them to win. Surprisingly, Tim was able to turn things around just in time, putting a stop to his downward spiral. Of course, the co-owner of Complexity Gaming made it a point to show it off.

Tyler ‘Ninja‘ Blevins, a Fortnite player, also expressed his excitement in a tweet. He didn’t forget to mention that he is a lifelong Detroit Lions fan.

The two-time Dr Disrespect, Tim’s gaming buddy, was present in the SoFi stadium and watched the match live. Later, the Doc congratulated Eric Weddle, a player for the Los Angeles Rams, on winning the Super Bowl LVI championship.

Twitch streamer Cloakzy was unhappy with the outcome of the game and, perhaps jokingly, took a dig at the winner, claiming that the Los Angeles Rams were favored over the Cincinnati Bengals by the referees.

Nickmercs, a variety streamer for the FaZe Clan, was also at the SoFi stadium to watch the Rams take on the Bengals. He did not, however, express his admiration for the Rams’ incredible accomplishments.

Brooke Ashley, a fan of the Los Angeles Rams and a 100 Thieves streamer, expressed her joy on Twitter. Brooke was able to watch her team win their second Super Bowl title live on television.

Following the match, Jake Paul, a YouTuber turned boxer, generously donated $10,000 to the winner. Nick Eh, a 30-year-old Luminosity content creator, and his friends also attended the event.

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