Twitter Was Quick With The Jokes And Memes After The Super Bowl
They've turned OBJ into a meme already.
February 14, 2022 at 7:36 pm
Super Bowl LVI provided a classic match between two highly competitive teams, but it also produced plenty of memorable moments outside of the game. The spectacular event featured an unforgettable halftime performance, plenty of heartwarming moments and a signature moment for some of the NFL's brightest stars.
Twitter was tuned in to watch Sunday's Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and had plenty to say.
Fans were cheering on Odell Beckham Jr. to win his first Super Bowl of his career.
Beckham scored one touchdown in the first quarter before being forced to leave the game with a knee injury, ESPN reports. The Los Angeles Rams star watched the rest of the game from the sideline and broke out in tears when his team clinched the title in the end.
"This is everything I've ever dreamed of, you know," he told CBS Sports. "And there was a moment I was in the back room and they told me I was done, I couldn't play. And I had to come back out there and be a part of this because it's so much bigger than myself. And these boys pulled through and made it happen."
— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) February 14, 2022
While fans were happy for Beckham, they couldn't help but poke fun at his tearful reaction to his team winning the Super Bowl.
— 🇺🇸A.W. The Prezident🇺🇸 (@AWThePrezident) February 14, 2022
According to the millions of viewers who watched the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday, the performance turned out to be the greatest concert they have ever seen at the grand event. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar took the stage on Sunday and put on an unforgettable show. The performance also included special guests 50 Cent and Anderson .Paak.
It was a show that lived up to the hype, judging by the reactions.
If you were not entertained get your pulse checked. If you don’t know these artists and how they changed the game educate your self. If you didn’t get the props and dances and the whole vibe do some research! LOVED EVERY SECOND!!
— Crystal (@Cshellntn) February 14, 2022
If you disagree with the fact that this was the best halftime show. You don't know anything about music, LA and the meaning of having this show in LA. Y'all wanted all the flashy lights? Y'all can keep that, I'll take the talent. #DREDAY
— Drea G (@_Drea_305) February 14, 2022
this was the best halftime show i have EVER seen and it’s solely because of my lord and savior EMINEM!!! yes, that means he is better than michael jackson, prince, and all of those overrated “artists” 🙄😈
— 𝐋𝐚𝐌𝐞𝐥𝐨 𝐋𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐫™🏳️🌈(29-29)(0-0) (@LaMeloLover) February 14, 2022
As a 49 year old minister who doesn’t care about Rap music. Rap waited a long time to represent in the bowl. Amazing job to all the artists. Great performance and that’s how you show yourself to the world and show guys like me that I can be wrong about hip hop.
— Reverend Corbiey Ouellette (@CorbieyO) February 14, 2022
While music fans fell in love with the halftime performance, conservatives couldn't stand to see hip-hop at the Super Bowl.
Worst ever, and like usual the NFL has to push the diversity crap but yet there was no diversity. Maybe a rock musician and a hip hop artist each one doing a performance then let the crowd decide who gets the biggest cheer.
— Robert M (@r2logan57) February 14, 2022
The NFL is now the league of sexual anarchy. This halftime show should not be allowed on television.
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) February 14, 2022