Last week we discovered the Carolina Panthers keep things light by "Creedbombing" one another during practice. "Creedbombing" is scaring a teammate by getting in their face and singing lyrics from the 90s band Creed. For example...

Well of course, the lead singer of Creed Scott Strapp loves this. Per the Charlotte Observer,...
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“I’ve been cheering for these guys so hard,” Stapp told me in a phone interview Tuesday. “I had to move my tour bus like five different places so I could get reception and watch (the NFC Championship Game) the other night. I’m so fired up and pumped up for these guys. They are my team right now.” […]

“The fact that Creed is still in the conversation 20 years later I think speaks for volumes for how the music has impacted people,” Stapp said. “I think some of my personal struggles contributed to some of the criticism, and rightfully so. But I think the music on its own has, so far, stood the test of time. It’s still showing its impact on pop culture 20 years later.”
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He means his mobile home...
Reply62 months
How does he still have a tour bus?
Reply62 months
Agreed. When they're singing it sarcastically, it's not the same thing. It's "stood the test of time" about as well as hair metal has; to be sang ironically while drunk.
Reply62 months
Somebody tell Scott Stapp that his music hasn't "stood the test of time" for the reasons he thinks it has.
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