2 Chainz Videobombs 49ers Post-Game Interview [Video]

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Michael Crabtree was giving his Post Game interview with the NFL Network when a teammate Carlos Rogers comes over to sing a little “All I Do is Win” and make sure we all knew that Crabtree was an elite wide receiver.

Then this happened:

This whole time I thought 2 Chainz was a Falcons fan considering that is how many points they scored in last year in playoffs, but I digress.

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