Cubs fan makes use of jukebox app to troll St Louis followers

Cubs fan uses jukebox app to troll St Louis fans

Within the hours forward of the decisive recreation 4 for the NLDS, a Cubs fan who goes by Clue Heywood on Twitter, and lives in Arizona, pranked Cardinals followers. Hoowee, he pranked them exhausting. Utilizing a jukebox app, the type that allow you to decide a music from the bar’s Whurlitzer, he plunked down $50 value of “Go Cubs Go” by Steve Goodman at numerous bars all through the St. Louis space.

I am distant enjoying “Go Cubs Go” at each St. Louis-space bar jukebox. I am trolling Cardinals followers the RIGHT approach. pic.twitter.com/xOHNPgR1q3

— Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) October thirteen, 2015

And, apparently, it labored.

CUBS WIN! Do not assume I will not proceed to play “Go Cubs Go” in your jukeboxes all winter, St. Louis residents. You’ve got earned it.

— Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) October thirteen, 2015

[Image Credit: Getty Images – please note the guy in the picture, David Lee Cook, is not the guy living in Arizona that pulled the prank.]

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