Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion took some football lessons from Los Angeles Chargers players on new episode of Cardi Tries.
The Bodak Yellow singer, 29, and the Savage songstress, 27, appeared together on the popular Messenger Watch Together series.
‘Alright guys, today I’m going to learn NFL,’ Cardi said at the top of the episode. ‘Since I have a son, I want to be one of those sports moms that be all involved in the sports activity, and I want to learn all about football today.’
She then brought Megan into into the episode and said she thought the Sweetest Pie singer ‘would be the perfect person’ to learn how to play with.
The duo met with Chargers legend Antonio Gates who got them fitted for pads and had them practice their game faces.
‘Trust me, when I give my man this face… He gets scared,’ Cardi told the eight-time Pro Bowler after she put hers on.
He then took the WAP singers out to the field to run the 40-yard dash where Cardi joked about how often she used to run.
‘When I used to be in high school, I used to go to a lot of hooky parties,’ she said. ‘And the cops used to bust the hooky parties a lot, so I had to run a lot.’
Gates introduced the recording artists to current Chargers safety Derwin James Jr. and wide receiver Keenan Allen who walked them through how to tackle a dummy.
‘I’m just going to envision I don’t like this b*tch,’ Cardi told the group before running and crushing the practice tool.
She then punched it several times while laying on top of it in her ‘1111’ Chargers powder blue jersey.
Allen and James showed Megan and Cardi how to throw and catch on offense before the rappers taught the Chargers stars a dance they choreographed together.
After their long day honing their football skills, the singer-songwriters opened up about all they learned during the practice.
‘One thing I learned about football is that you really need a really strong teammate, and that’s why I got my teammate right here,’ Cardi said in reference to Megan. ‘We had so much fun, and I feel way more confident about football. [I’d] love my son to be in it.’
Megan said she found a ‘support for the NFL because I can’t believe y’all out here doing this to y’all self.’