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Jerry Rice loves his Justin Bieber

Apr 1, 2016 at 7:55 AM--


Jerry Rice is an NFL legend, record breaking wide receiver, and ... Justin Bieber fan? Just when you thought you knew a guy. Rice posted on Twitter last night that he loves a Bieber song and no, we are not going to try to guess what it is. Is Rice on his way to becoming a Belieber? Seriously, that's a thing. We looked it up.

We would chalk this up to an April Fools prank by the San Francisco 49ers legend if it had not come fat too early. However, that's what we choose to believe anyway.




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