Gronk goes wild!
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski wasn’t able to play in the Super Bowl due to a back injury — but that didn’t stop the notorious partier from hitting up Shrine Nightclub at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut on Tuesday for a post-win celebration, complete with Luc Belaire champagne and tons of confetti.
And, not to worry, the debilitating back injury in no way stopped No. 87 from dancing the night away onstage with Rick Ross, who performed his big songs, including “B.M.F.”
In fact, Gronk sprayed so much champagne from behind the DJ booth, that the equipment got entirely soaked and broke.
The NFL star’s favorite moment of the night came when Ross played his mega-hit “Pop That.”
In the song, Ross raps, “Ballin’, ballin’, like I play for New England.”
Sorry you couldn’t be on the field for Sunday’s history-making Super Bowl, Gronk — but looks like you’re still managing to have some fun!