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Several cheerleaders of the Dallas Cowboys have claimed to being victims of insults from players on the Packers during Green Bay’s wild-card round win last weekend.
Squad member Darian Lassister called out the lack of class that she and her fellow cheerleaders witnessed throughout their seven-touchdown onslaught in Dallas on Sunday.
‘I have never experienced such disrespect from the other teams’ players to the cheerleaders in my five years as an NFL cheerleaders,’ she said in a now-viral video shared on TikTok on Wednesday night.
‘We would literally be minding our business and the Packers just score a touchdown – this is one example.
‘They would come up to us standing on the sidelines minding our own business and start yelling at us.’
Darian Lassiter said Packers players would start yelling at her squad after scoring touchdowns
Lassiter added that she will root for any team that eliminates the Packers from the postseason
Another Cowboys cheerleader backed Lassiter’s claim in the comments section of her video
Cowboys cheerleaders perform during the NFC Wild Card game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington
She then described feelings of contempt while reflecting on ways that the Packers had gotten in her and fellow cheerleaders’ faces.
‘I feel like it’s unsportsmanlike conduct and it’s so crazy how they can’t do that to the Cowboys or any other players, but they can do it to the cheerleaders and nothing’s going to happen,’ she further said.
‘I understand the playoffs is a huge deal. I truly get it, but that does not mean your humbleness and respect for women flies out of the window.’
Lassiter wrapped up her 58-second video by stating that she would be supporting for every team left in the playoffs but Green Bay now that the Cowboys are out.
What’s more is, that a second Cowboys cheerleader echoed Lassiter’s claims in the section of her video, while also seemingly being traumatized by the experience on the sidelines.
‘Literally was on the verge of tears,’ fellow cheerleader Jensen Lynn commented on the video, as reported by Outkick.
The Packers pulled a 48-32 upset on the Cowboys last Sunday to move onto the NFC Divisional round and a matchup against the San Francisco 49ers.
Saturday’s game will be the record-setting 10th playoff matchup between both teams.