As Bacchus nears, and with it, Super Bowl 50, Complex looks back at some of the most-watched thing's best-ever moments.
New Orleans rapper Curren$y
, who was performing in Miami on Feb. 7, 2010, remembers Tracy Porter's miraculous pick six against Peyton Manning that ended the Colts' potentially game-changing drive. Porter's interception ended in a 74-yard touchdown and sealed a win for the New Orleans Saints.
We probably wouldn’t have bounced back as a city and rebuilt so quickly had none of that shit transpired. That interception f—in' repaved some streets. I’m serious. It got construction done. Where would the city be, bruh?
That interception turned a lot of shit around, man. Legit. That interception opened businesses. The city was completely flattened by the hurricane. Just flattened. That interception is what put the city in position. I’m not even talking sports and Saints, because I’m talking about the whole city. So that’s everything included. We got renovations on the [Superdome]—everything just went crazy after that. That interception paved streets. Opened f—in' Buffalo Wild Wings and shit out here. That’s what that interception did.
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