Rob Ford‘s closet must be overflowing with football attire, because the embattled Toronto mayor busted out a new jersey on Sunday.
Ford’s love for football — or at least, football-themed clothing — has been on full display in the last few weeks, witthe mayor showing off his throwback NFL tie during a press conference, his personalized Toronto Argonauts CFL jersey during another media appearance and that Argonauts jersey again when he attended their playoff game just a few days later.
But on Sunday, the troubled mayor shifted his attention back toward American football and attended the Bills-Falcons game at the Rogers Centre in Toronto. It wasn’t difficult to decipher who Ford was rooting for, either, as he boasted his affection for Buffalo by sporting a Fred Jackson jersey.
While the Bills running back likely won’t be flattered by the wardrobe choice, Ford reportedly angered somebody else during the game. Matt Mays, a Canadian singer-songwriter, took to Twitter to reveal that the alleged crack-smoking, football-fanatic mayor had taken his seat.
Check out some of Mays’ tweets below, along with Ford rocking his Jackson jersey and enjoying some NFL action.
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