If Trey Songz were a betting man -- "I can't believe I didn't!" he yells out in a mock joke -- he might be a bit richer this weekend.
The R&B singer, who performed at the NFL Players Party presented by Reebok on Friday night in Dallas, says he called the Green Bay v. Steelers Super Bowl game a month ago, and took some flack from it from his football-watching buddies because of it. And it hurt to make that predication back then, he says, considering that he's a diehard Washington Redskins fan. "It's been a rough season for my squad," he sighs.
You played basketball, but football is your favorite sport, right?
"Yeah. I'm a Redskins fan. We've had a rough time, lately. But you know, I'm actually from Virginia, so that's the closest team we have to us, so that's always been my team since I was a little boy. A lot of people around from Virginia are actually Cowboys fans, so it's kinda crazy.
Is this your first Super Bowl event or have you done this before?
"Last year I came down to Miami and I was a part of a couple things, but this is my first thing actually with the NFL and it's an honor to be a part of the elite organization that is the NFLPA, and I'm honored to be even performing at this event. It's definitely colder than I thought it would be. It's freezing to be frank, but I'm happy to be here."
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