Brides this weekend were unhappy and shocked to find that Nashville was not the place to have their last hurrah with their ladies. As many bridal parties found out, the NFL Draft was scheduled this weekend in Nashville, TN—one of the most popular locations for bachelorette parties in the U.S.
However, with the draft taking place in the city, many women complained that every bar was overrun with football fans—drunk, loud, and disorderly. Matt Jones of KY Sports Radio shared a video on Twitter of a bride and her bridesmaid complaining endlessly about how awful their weekend was due to the draft. The bridesmaid even threatened her husband for not telling her and warning her beforehand—saying she’s not going to watch the Super Bowl (or any other NFL game this season).
The husbands of these women whose Bachelorette party was ruined in Nashville are in for some tough times pic.twitter.com/563jdYarfA— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) April 26, 2019
Just look at these happy faces!!!!
Clearly, these ladies did not do their research, as dozens of women found out the city was overcrowded with young, hungry, drunk NFL fans.
Let’s just look how many people gathered in Nashville to watch the draft:
You think people like football?pic.twitter.com/Ha9iGg92jA— Barstool Sports (@barstooltweetss) April 26, 2019
While it’s understandable that they were disappointed and their plans probably got switched around, it just means there are more guys out there in Nashville looking to buy them all drinks. Come on ladies, silver linings.
As it turns out, one of the women featured in the vide was Emmy Award Winning journalist, Cyndi Lundeberg—and, she got a kick out of being turned into hilarious memes.
This is my personal FYRE festival. pic.twitter.com/trXJ2RedYB— Cyndi Lundeberg (@cyndilundeberg) April 26, 2019
And, many people online pointed out that she “staged” this breakdown in orderto make some viral content out of it—seeing as she’s tweeted about sports in the past.
BuTiHaTeSpOrTs pic.twitter.com/mZl0SeQj2u— Tim Mayes (@TimMayes10) April 26, 2019
You know what they say in journalism though—any content that goes viral is good content, baby.