The Super Bowl LVI halftime performance featuring Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, a surprise spot by 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg and Eminem proved to be iconic. However, it's what the latter emcee did during his set to show support for the BLM movement that's already made for an everlasting impression.
Now that the big show has concluded, folks on Twitter are attempting to figure out if the set catered more to Generation X or Millenials instead of simply praising the moment for the greatness it was.
"Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and they shall become one flesh." - Genesis 2:24
Snoop Dogg, who got his start as a professional record artist with the outfit, purchased the label, and fans on Twitter are saluting the Doggfather.
If only people crying about censorship and freedom of speech for multimillionaire podcasters showed concerns for government targeting people like Johnson.
Via Twitter, the fashion icon asked his followers which establishment in the region has the best "mumbo chicken" and Kill Moe Twitter corrected the talented hooper.
Dwyane Wade, an NBA icon in his own right, doesn't believe the younger generation will hold Michael Jordan up as the GOAT of basketball for much longer. Is he right?
Take a look at the video teases of Coach Rivera, GM Martin Mayhew and Team President Jason Wright and the new team uniforms.