Ray Lewis' run has come to an end in the best way possible, as a Super Bowl champion. The only thing left to do is party.
Steve Biscotti, owner of the Baltimore Ravens, threw a $2,000,000 victory party for the team which featured a performance from Mary J. Blige. The party included a 35-foot video screen, a dozen-piece backing band and the presence of Beyoncé and Jay-Z.
During the party, Reverend Lewis took the stage with the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul and taught her how to do his famous pre-game "squirrel dance." Before asking for his entrance music of Nelly's "Hot In Herre," the soon-to-be Hall of Fame linebacker settled for a slowed down tune from the band while attempting to teach the What's The 411 singer how to enter an NFL game like a boss.
Prior to breaking into his routine, Ray and Mary thanked God for everything they've been through and thanked the city of Baltimore for sticking by their team during the run towards the Super Bowl.
After the jump, check out the video of Ray Lew and Blige getting down on stage.
[Spotted at RR]