Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion learn to play football in the new episode of Cardi Tries

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion learn to play football in the new episode of the Los Angeles Chargers rapper show Bodak Yellow

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion took some soccer lessons from Los Angeles Chargers players in the new episode of Cardi Tries.

The Bodak Yellow singer, 29, and the Savage singer, 27, appeared together on the popular Messenger Watch Together series.

“Okay guys, today I’m going to learn NFL,” Cardi said at the beginning of the episode. “Ever since I had a son, I’ve wanted to be one of those sports moms who puts my heart and soul into sports activities and I want to learn everything about football today.”

Ballers: Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion got some soccer lessons from Los Angeles Chargers players in the new episode of Cardi Tries

Ballers: Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion got some soccer lessons from Los Angeles Chargers players in the new episode of Cardi Tries

She then brought Megan into the episode and said she thinks the Sweetest Pie singer is “the perfect person” to learn how to act.

The duo met up with Chargers legend Antonio Gates, who adapted them for Pads and had them practice their game faces.

“Trust me when I put that face on my husband… he gets scared,” Cardi told the eight-time Pro Bowler after putting on hers.

WAP power: The Bodak Yellow singer, 29, and the Savage singer, 27, appeared together on the popular Messenger Watch Together series

WAP power: The Bodak Yellow singer, 29, and the Savage singer, 27, appeared together on the popular Messenger Watch Together series

Meeting Their Coaches: The duo met with Chargers legend Antonio Gates, who fitted them for Pads and had them practice their game faces (Gates, center, Derwin James, left).

Meeting Their Coaches: The duo met with Chargers legend Antonio Gates, who fitted them for Pads and had them practice their game faces (Gates, center, Derwin James, left).

Put on pads: Gates took them to adapt to the right safety gear

Put on pads: Gates took them to adapt to the right safety gear

He then took the WAP singers onto the field to run the 40-yard dash, which Cardi joked about how many times she used to run.

“When I was in high school, I went to a lot of Hooks parties,” she said. “And the cops used to blast the hooky parties a lot, so I had to run a lot.”

Gates introduced the recording artists to current Chargers safety Derwin James Jr. and wide receiver Keenan Allen, who showed them how to tackle a dummy.

“I’m just gonna pretend I don’t like that bitch,” Cardi told the group before running and crushing the exercise tool.

Going for the tackle:

Going for the tackle: “I’m just going to figure that I don’t like that bitch,” she told the group before running and crushing the practice tool

Touchdown celebration: Allen and James showed Megan and Cardi throwing and catching on offense before the rappers taught the Chargers stars a dance they choreographed together

Touchdown celebration: Allen and James showed Megan and Cardi throwing and catching on offense before the rappers taught the Chargers stars a dance they choreographed together

She then hit it several times while lying on it in her powder blue ‘1111’ Chargers jersey.

Allen and James showed Megan and Cardi how to throw and catch on offense before the rappers taught the Chargers stars a dance they choreographed together.

After their long day honing their soccer skills, the singer-songwriters shared everything they learned during practice.

“One thing I learned about football is that you really need a really strong teammate and that’s why I brought my teammate right here,” Cardi said in reference to Megan. “We had so much fun and I feel a lot more confident playing football. [I’d] I love that my son is there.’

Megan said she found “a support for the NFL because I can’t believe all of you out here are doing this to yourselves.”

Success: After a long day honing their football skills, the singer-songwriters shared everything they learned during practice

Success: After a long day honing their football skills, the singer-songwriters shared everything they learned during practice

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