Breiden Fehoko is familiar with his father dancing and doing other hilarious antics at his games. But now the Los Angeles Charges defensive lineman saw his father stick out his tongue, beat his chest and otherwise dance the night away on the jumbotron at SoFi Stadium.

“Hey, that’s my dad,” Fehoko, a former LSU defensive lineman, said from the sideline. “That man wild bruh. Bruh, they gave that man more TV time than me, bruh.”

A teammate even decided that Fehoko needs his own show.

For those familiar with Fehoko’s career at LSU, this is no surprise.

A native of Honolulu, Hawaii, the Texas Tech transfer often performed an intense war dance with his father ahead of games to fire up the Tigers, and fans around them near the stadium.

From 2000 to 2011, Fehoko’s father, Vili, was “Vili the Warrior,” as an entertainer during the University of Hawaii football and men’s volleyball games. Fehoko, who was too young to play football at 3 years old, often joined his father on the field for halftime performances.

At 6-foot-3, 300 pounds, Fehoko is a force, but his father can hold his own, too. When former LSU coach Ed Orgeron and former defensive line coach Pete Jenkins first saw Vili on Fehoko’s official visit, his dad was curling 120-pound dumbbells in sets of 20.

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