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WAS THIS THE GREATEST SUPER BOWL HALFTIME SHOW OF ALL TIME?

Updated: Mar 25


From Snoop Dogg sparking up before the show to Eminem taking a knee at the end, Everything in-between was history



Snoop Dogg has started 2022 on fire, and it continued to blaze on stage drippin in crip(see picture up top).


Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg's chemistry is Still A1 in 2022. As soon as “The Next Episode” starting playing Snoop and Dre went to work like Aaron Donald after the scuffle on the sideline with a few Cincinnati players. They followed that with “California Love” and if you weren't crip walking by then...this wasn't for you.


Biggest surprise of the night has to be when "In Da Club" started playing and 50 Cent was hanging upside down rocking the old G-Unit tank top and headband like we hit the ⏪rewind button. 5-20 years ago If you would've told me 50 will be performing in the super bowl, I would've took that bet. That reminds me....I have to watch the new episode of FORCE.




Queen Mary J Blige followed that up like a queen suppose to after dropping a new album and Killin it as Monet on Power Book II: Ghost. All i can tell you is we don't need no hateration or Holleration juheard. No more drama...except for Monet. its messy over there lol



Kendrick Lamar let the people and the Rams know that "We goin be alright". After this performance I think I speak for the masses when i say, we need a new album.




Eminem was out next, and the crowd at SoFi Stadium lost it. So it was only right he performed " Lose yourself". With Anderson .Paak killing it on the drums, Slim Shady delivers on his end. Once the song ended we see Eminem take a knee sending a message to the world.



Dr Dre made many wanna shed a tear once he started playing "I Aint Mad At Cha" on the piano as a tribute to the late Tupac Shakur. Finishing the show with "Still Dre" was perfect and it resulted with a standing ovation by the crowd.


WAS THIS THE GREATEST SUPER BOWL HALFTIME SHOW OF ALL TIME?

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