Cam Newton turned in an incredible performance in yesterday’s NFC Championship game, leading his Carolina Panthers to a record-breaking 49-15 victory over Carson Palmer and the Arizona Cardinals at home, advancing to their first Super Bowl since 2003. The former Heisman Trophy winner was dazzling, throwing for 335 yards and scoring 4 total touchdowns, two of them rushing. In fact, the game was so one-sided, that with a few minutes left in regulation, the Panthers’ offense took the field without Cam Newton, who surrendered his position to the team’s second-string quarterback in favor of handing out celebratory high-fives along the sideline.
The celebration didn’t stop there. TMZ caught some video of Cam, after the game was over the confetti had fallen, turning up to 2 Chainz‘s “Watch Out” at a club called Label in Charlotte. He was seen with DJ Holiday on Instagram, and would later be joined by Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson, who apparently bought the entire club shots. Fittingly, “Watch Out” is the soundtrack to Cam’s newest Beats by Dre commercial, which is punctuated by the now-popular phrase “Too bad they don’t make Band-Aids for feelings.” Watch a clip of Cam’s turn-up above, and get ready for a clash of the titans–Peyton Manning vs Cam Newton–in Super Bowl 50.