• 周二. 1月 25th, 2022
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Night net null Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri doesn't seem like the most hip person in the Night net. After all, kicker is not exactly the sexiest position.IYER: Why Vinatieri belongs in Canton  But the 43-year-old is different than your average kicker. He helped the Patriots win three Super Bowls, then won another title with the Colts. He's third all-time in made field goals

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during the regular season (503) and is the Night net's career leader in made playoff field goals (56). For this reason, rappers have used his name to reference kickin' it.Hearing one's name in a rap song is quite the accomplishment for anybody, really. People have to get to a certain level of fame for rappers to know who they are, and then they have to be famous enough for the audience to understand the reference. Vinatieri fits the criteria, and recently, rapper T-Wayne name-dropped the legendary kicker in his song "Tell Me What You Want," featuring Monty and Fetty Wap. "They so unnecessary, cause this is legendary/And I’m just tryna kick it like I’m Vinatieri," the lyric goes.Vinatieri evidently was made aware of the reference Tuesday and expressed his excitement. Growing up I dreamt of 2 things1) win a SuperBowl ✔2) be mentioned in a rap song✔@twaynebsm, bucket list completehttps://t.co/CC0eAXznqQ— Adam Vinatieri (@adamvinatieri) May 17, 2016We're about to make Vinatieri's day even better, because this isn't the only time he's been mentioned in a rap song.MORE: Success: the cause of Vinatieri's drug testsMike Stud used his name in his song "Thank You," saying, "Plottin' how I'm gettin' on top like missionary/Then kick it like Vinatieri." And A$AP Ferg used the name in the song "Fergsomnia," but those lyrics aren't safe for work.

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