Famous people unite! Hammer and AOL co-founder Steve Case pose. (Photo credit: @SteveCase)
Before Tuesday’s home opener, Caps majority owner Ted Leonsis released a blog post entitled Can’t Touch This. “MC Hammer – will he be in the house tonight?” Ted wrote. “Watching a Caps game? Keep your eyes peeled.”
Indeed, in the second period, the Capitals released a picture of Hammer… gyrating or something … in a Capitals #22 jersey.
This man is either 2 Legit 2 Quit or angry about the $9 beers. (Photo via Washington Capitals Instagram)
The emcee, who has sold 50 million-plus records worldwide, had glass-side seats. He also enjoyed the music played by the Caps game entertainment crew.
At the Arena Watching the Caps in DC … They’replaying my man Chuck Brown (RIP) go-go “bustin loose” !!! twitter.com/MCHammer/statu…
— MC HAMMER (@MCHammer) January 23, 2013
Now let’s salute Hammer with his best hit of the 90’s: Pumps In A Bump.
You know you love the banana hammock.
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