Lifelong New Orleans Saints fan Jimmy Buffett made a degree throughout his efficiency of the nationwide anthem forward of the NFC Championship on Sunday — and the Web is making an attempt its hardest to determine what that time was.

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The “Margaritaville” singer’s rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” appeared to lack melody, however was extra mundane than offensive.

Nevertheless, it was the conclusion of the efficiency that baffled the world: He intentionally and pointedly dropped his microphone.

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Twitter took word of the transfer, in addition to the overall lack of tone within the vocals:

“Jimmy Buffett dropped the mic after singing the nationwide them,” WWL-TV reporter Andrew Doak tweeted. “Saints by 20.”

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One other consumer wrote, “What an inspirational Nationwide Anthem from Jimmy Buffett… his message is obvious: “Anybody… actually anybody… can sing the Star Spangled Banner so long as you realize the phrases.”

Others concurred:

USA Immediately sports activities columnist Dan Wolken wrote, “Was kinda hoping Jimmy Buffett would simply break off mid-verse of the nationwide anthem and provides us slightly ‘fins to the left, fins to the proper.'”

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“I really like Jimmy Buffett however that was just a bit tough. However that mic drop although,” one other consumer tweeted.

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One merely wrote, “Wow jimmy buffett actually isnt nearly as good at singing if its not about cheeseburgers and rum.”

A rep for Buffett did not instantly return a request for touch upon the mic drop or the efficiency, however one thing tells us the “Cheeseburger in Paradise” singer is having an excellent time regardless.

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