But the crowd seemed to get riled up the most for Big Boi, who rolled into the show in a classic vehicle.
Colin Kaepernick 's attorney Mark Geragos is chiming in on Maroon 5 's controversial decision to play the Super Bowl LIII halftime show after singer Adam Levine defended the band's reason for accepting the gig.
After SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg passed away a year ago, 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.
There are a number of words you could use to describe Maroon 5′s halftime show performance: Empty.
He'd exit the stage just after leading the crowd into a classic "ATL Hoe" chant. While some actually meant to watch the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams, many admittedly only tuned in for the halftime show.
The Super Bowl half-time show is one of the biggest events in USA popular culture, with previous performers including Lady Gaga, Coldplay and Beyonce.
What Maroon 5's set did prove, however, is that not all nipples are created equally and the double standards of the patriarchy are alive and well.
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Taking to Twitter to discuss the moment, one person described his performance as "very poor", before adding: "The fact he had to strip to distract fans from the poor showing speaks volumes".
"I've never been more excited in my entire life to present this to the people because I believe that it's truly a reflection of all of us", said Levine.
Considering the show's creator, Stephen Hillenburg, died in November, fans were hoping that Maroon 5 was going to pay a heartfelt tribute. Following an introduction from SpongeBob SquarePants & Co., Travis Scott then took the stage for a performance that was... mostly censored.
Rapper Travis Scott was among the band's special guests.
Cardi B turned down an opportunity to perform at this year's Super Bowl.
The NFL does not pay its halftime show performers.
"To watch the game is to compromise my beliefs, "she tweeted".