By Marc Peoples
On Sunday, February 12th, 2023, Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl LVII. It was a good game and a close score.
The commercials were… okay, I guess. We had some cool movie trailers including Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 and the Flash, which shows Michael Keaton’s return as Batman, but in truth what’s really on our minds is Rihanna’s Halftime show. She revealed she’s pregnant with her second child with Harlem’s A$AP Rocky and no one is prouder than the Harlem native himself.
He wasn’t on stage with her, but he was in the crowd being her biggest supporter by cheering and filming her with his phone. According to Elite Daily He’s been hyping her since last month when he did an interview stating “The Super Bowl is huge and her being the creative she is, she going to bring it, man. I’m excited. I’m more excited than everybody else, honestly.”
Even Rihanna hinted by saying she’ll be “bringing someone” to perform with her.
The couple had their first child in May of 2022 and fans can’t help but see that proud dad enthusiasm coming from A$AP Rocky. Hello Magazine mentions his reaction has gone viral on Tik Tok with fans commenting “He’s proud of his woman. He loves the mother of his child.”
You can see his reaction on the NFL Twitter account, but there’s also a separate clip of him showing off his custom-made Super Bowl… or should I say Rihanna Bowl jacket.
USA Today shows other celebrities have also taken to Twitter to praise the performance and congratulate the couple. Tamar Braxton jokes that “Rihanna won the Super Bowl.”, American DJ Diplo tweets he “came for Rihanna’s baby shower”, politician Ana Navarro-Cardenas, and controversial broadcaster Piers Morgan himself compliment her as well.
Let us not forget to show our admiration towards A$AP Rocky for being a proud father and supporting his woman.
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