While San Francisco 49ers edge rusher Nick Bosa was playing the Philadelphia Eagles in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, his star brother Joey Bosa entered Lincoln Financial Field to support him.
But not before addressing it with a heckling Eagles fan who recognized him.
He was caught by the heckler’s camera and began yelling “Bosa!” in his direction, and the Los Angeles Chargers defensive end didn’t brush it off.
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“Hey! When are the Chargers playing this week?” commented the heckler.
“Snapchatting your little b—buddies, you fucking loser?” Bosa answered.
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Both of them walked back and forth when Bosa wanted to go into the stadium, but another comment from the fan prompted Bosa to reply with strong language.
“How are these fines Bosa?” the fan said, referring to the $55,546 for his unsportsmanlike conduct penalty and subsequent criticism of NFL umpires in the wild card round loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
“They’re good because I can afford them, because I’m damn rich, you’re broke,” Bosa said, pointing to the fan.
Bosa’s fine in the wildcard round came when he was seen arguing with an official as he walked off the field in the second half.
During his post-game press, Bosa didn’t hold back his thoughts.
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“If I tell them anything, I’ll get a $40,000 fine,” he said via NFL Network. “But if they make a call that ruins an entire team’s season, they come … they’ll probably be back in the locker room after the game and they’re like, ‘Haha, got it, a–h—. Oh yeah, got him 15 yards, what a loser.'”
The Bosas left “The Linc” not too happy after the 49ers beat their season 31-7, while the Eagles return to the Super Bowl after winning it against the New England Patriots in 2018.
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Nick Bosa finished the game with a total of four tackles, two of which were lost. But he was quite numerous on the field as the 49ers offense couldn’t get much going with their two quarterbacks Brock Purdy and Josh Johnson, both of whom were injured during the game.