Fans React To Travis Scott's Super Bowl Halftime Performance

Fans React To Travis Scott's Super Bowl Halftime Performance

After SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg passed away past year, more than 1.2 million fans signed a petition to have the song "Sweet Victory", featured in an iconic SpongeBob episode, performed at the Super Bowl. As the Patriots and Rams headed into the locker room with New England leading 3-0, attention turned to Adam Levine & Co.as for the halftime entertainment at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Let's hope you weren't banking on Maroon 5 to salvage a surprisingly boring Super Bowl (or is it a Punt Bowl?).

With regards to Maroon 5's performance, the pop-rockers called on Spongebob, Travis Scott, and Outkast's Big Boi to lend them a helping hand during the show but it didn't improve their fate. Before Scott took the stage, the Super Bowl paid tribute to "SpongeBob Squarepants" by playing a quick clip from the show's own halftime anthem "Sweet Victory".

That being said, they made it very clear on their respective social media platforms and did not hold anything back.

"Yeah this halftime show was a failure and a disappointment", penned a fan.

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The lights/effects: I enjoyed seeing the lights and effects while Maroon 5 performed. It was a complete mess on so many levels: the performances were too boring, they didn't take any risks, and they played it too safe. In an email to MONEY, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told MONEY that the league covers all costs.

As you can read in the tweet, Nickelodeon seems as disappointed as the rest of us when the show only managed to get featured during the concert for just a few seconds.

His efforts ignited a political firestorm over whether social justice needs to be addressed at the NFL's marquee event.

'It was a tragedy foisted upon us and far and away one of the saddest moments of our lives, and personally of mine, ' Levine said in an interview with Variety this past November. "I am proud to support Dream Corps and the work they do that will hopefully inspire and promote change". That year, Beyonce was joined by Coldplay, Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson.

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