Colin Kaepernick, Cam Newton sing Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’ in awful fashion (Video)

Jan 12, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) celebrates a touchdown against the Carolina Panthers during the third quarter of the 2013 NFC divisional playoff football game at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

Whatever manufactured bad blood that was had between San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and Carolina Panthers signal caller Cam Newton is over. Or, at least it was for about an hour.

The two elite franchise quarterbacks co-hosted the “Hall of Game Awards” on Cartoon Network (yeah, I don’t really understand why either) and in the process, decided to have some fun singing Katy Perry‘s popular song, ‘Roar’.

Needless to say, it didn’t go very well.

Newton grabbed the mic and started things off and went through a painful verse of Perry’s hit song before Kaepernick attempted to the same.

It was pretty hard to believe that things could get any worse after Newton’s attempt, but the former Nevada Wolfpack signal caller absolutely butchered the tune, making Newton’s portion seem relatively solid.

But the best part? That was Kaepernick messing up the lyrics to the song, which didn’t sit well with the children in the crowd who began to boo the 49ers star.

Oops.

H/T TMZ

Topics: Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers, Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers

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  • loverpoint

    During their off seasons maybe they should both hang out at their local Karaoke Bar. It’s tough to sing without some music to help you along.

    The kids that were booing seemed to have Carolina jerseys on. Why would either do this ? It is a no brainer they both like kids, is that so bad?

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