The Chicago Cubs have returned to the National League Championship Series and won a playoff game for the first time since 2003, and a Cubs fan immediately celebrated their series win over the St. Louis Cardinals by trolling Cardinals fans in the most masterful way possible. He has had to spend 50 dollars using an app, but it has been worth every penny to him. It has enabled him to blast “Go Cubs Go” on a jukebox in every bar in St. Louis, according to CBS Chicago.
A bar in St. Louis named Rizzo’s was included among these victim bars, and the manager revealed that Cardinals fans who gathered there to watch the game had a sense of humor about this unexpected incident.
“It came on a couple of times and the juke box was up kind of loud. So we wasn’t expecting that and it kind of scared (us). I go, ‘Well, I don’t know where that song came from.’ And probably about 15 minutes ago it came on again,” Kathy, the bar manager, said.
It has been revealed that this mysterious troll is not even from Chicago, St. Louis or anywhere in the middle of the United States. He is actually from Arizona, but nobody knows his true identity despite his tweet.
“I prefer to remain anonymous in my lighthearted trolling,” the mystery man said.
The Cubs have every reason to celebrate for now, but they will still be on a mission to exorcise their demons from a heartbreaking 2003 NLCS elimination. They held a 3-2 series lead over the eventual World Series champion Florida Marlins, but the infamous Steve Bartman incident shifted momentum in favor of the Marlins and helped them win Game 6 before they went on to win Game 7 too.
The Cubs will find out their next opponent on Thursday when the New York Mets face off against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 5 of the National League Division Series.