An electronic billboard close to the StubHub Center in La displays five anti-National football league messages for the following three days because of the efforts of the scorned Chargers fan who’s upset that his favorite team relocated from North Park.
Also, he vowed that a few of the messages includes #Oakland and #STL.
405 south in a few days! This is among five images that’ll be up for 3 days around the digital billboard. Having a amaze on game day 👊🏼 pic.twitter.com/nX0O9j9QrC
MacRae made headlines in The month of january as he attended a Chargers rally in the Forum in Inglewood, California, and heckled Dean Spanos, the team’s owner.
The 3-week run will coincide using the Chargers’ three-game homestand this month, beginning with Sunday’s game from the Miami Dolphins.
— SD Sign Guy (@jmt619) September 10, 2017
MacRae shared among the images, having a picture of commissioner Roger Goodell supported through the words “No Freaking Loyalty,” via his Twitter page on Sunday.
He told KSWB-TV in North Park that who owns the billboard has assured him that he’ll not permit the National football league to bar the messages. The billboard is situated in the intersection of Primary Street and Interstate 405, roughly miles . 5 in the stadium.