I'm not super familiar with the work of Lil Dicky but I do know that he's a hardcore Philly sports fan and that the kids today are into him, so respect.
And he earned even more respect from the Philly faithful this afternoon when he sent an absolutely fire tweet in the direction of Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley.
Some quick backstory: Beasley recently released his debut rap album titled, The Autobiography, and it's actually doing fairly well on the charts.
The new album prompted Philly native Lil Dicky to tweet at Beasley, "The best rapper in the NFL until I join a squad
Beasley responded by thanking Lil D and telling him to join the boys.
That's where the destruction took place:
You can sample Bease's stylings below and judge for yourself:
There’s going to be more Nick Foles in the Pro Football Hall of Fame pretty soon.
Of course, Foles’ cleats and jersey from his seven-touchdown game in 2013 are already in Canton. Now, there’s a famous photo that will join it.
This photograph from Rob Carr of Getty Images has been named the winner of the Dave Boss Award of Excellence in the feature category.
It’s a photo of Foles and his daughter Lily on the field of U.S. Bank Stadium after the Eagles beat the Patriots, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII. It’s appropriately named “Eagle Eye.”
According to the Hall of Fame’s press release, the contest was open to photographers on assignment at NFL games during the 2017 season, including the playoffs.
Foles started the season on the bench and ended it as Super Bowl MVP celebrating the win with his daughter. And this photo says it all.
Jason Kelce was in the news yesterday for saying he and his Eagles teammates are still a bunch of hungry dogs and that a repeat is the new goal.
In case you didn't believe him, his brother says there is concrete proof that the underdog thing isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
As long as he doesn't lose his new Rolex.
Jason's brother Travis, an outspoken tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, was a guest of Desus & Mero to talk about a whole lot of stuff. Naturally, his world champion brother came up.
Travis was in Minnesota for Super Bowl LII and got to watch his brother reach the pinnacle. Travis was also somewhat in awe of the bling his bro got himself to commemorate it.
"He got the [underdog] mask engraved in the [Rolex]. The thing is, my brother doesn't do anything. He's like a caveman. So for him to come out of nowhere and get a Rollie with that kind of... I was just like 'WHAT'."
The Ohio native also has some LeBron takes.
"If there's one city I think he would go to, if he does go somewhere it'd be either Philly or New York," Kelce said.
You can watch the entire wide-ranging interview below.
*Warning* There is plenty of adult language throughout the entire video below **