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John Cena takes ponytail to the face from reporter snubbing him at Daytona 500
For once, he didn’t interrupt.
As you’ll see in this Vine, Little is covering the Daytona 500 for Fox, and as she rushes through the crowd, she not only ignores Cena but unintentionally smacks him in the face with her ponytail. Everything happens so quickly that even Cena is visibly surprised by the situation.
Little eventually took to Twitter to apologize, but Cena was a good sport about it all, making a joke of what happened.
Plus, he served as the Honorary Pace Car Driver.
Ultimately, we can’t wait to see who remixes this Vine, another gem showcasing Cena’s already meme-able persona. And if we’re really lucky, maybe Little will make a cameo on WWE and show Cena what her ponytail can really do.
Screengrab via nascarcasm/Vine
Elijah Watson is an internet culture and entertainment reporter. His work has been published by the Daily Beast, Vice, Complex, Bustle, Uproxx, and Okayplayer.