San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo addressed his “babygate” scandal Thursday, every week after his remark to Fox Sports activities sideline reporter Erin Andrews sparked a social media frenzy.
On Halloween night time, Andrews requested Garoppolo the way it felt to be main an undefeated crew, after the 49ers beat the Arizona Cardinals on “Thursday Evening Soccer” to fortify their document to Eight-Zero.
“Feels nice, child!” Garoppolo answered.
49ERS’ JIMMY GAROPPPOLO AWKWARDLY FLIRTS WITH ERIN ANDREWS POST-GAME: ‘IT FEELS GREAT, BABY!’
The observation sparked a furor on-line, as critics alleged that Garoppolo’s remark was once disrespectful of Andrews’ professionalism as a journalist and the truth that she is a married lady.
“I didn’t be expecting it to explode like that,” Garoppolo informed journalists Thursday, consistent with SFGate.com. “It’s what it’s. I used to be excited. 8-and-oh, child!”
He added: “I say ‘child’ like 500 occasions a recreation to my teammates and stuff. It wasn’t like that,” consistent with Yahoo Sports activities.
“I say ‘child’ like 500 occasions a recreation to my teammates and stuff. It wasn’t like that.”
The day after the sport, Garoppolo’s 49ers teammate, offensive take on Joe Staley, posted on Twitter: “Eight-Zero!!! Feels nice child!!!” – showing to good-naturedly mock Garoppolo’s remark to Andrews.
Staley’s tweet drew a reaction from Andrews, who posted a chain of “clapping arms” emojis.
On Thursday, Andrews additionally answered to video of Garoppolo explaining that he intended no hurt.
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“Precisely!” Andrews wrote.
On Monday night time, the 49ers gets a possibility to move Nine-Zero once they face the Seattle Seahawks in Santa Clara, Calif.