Bowl LVII: Footage of Rihannas Illuminati gesture
during halftime show being censored leave NFL fans
outraged - 2023
Bowl LVII was supposed to be a night of excitement,
entertainment, and celebration of the best in American
football. However, what was supposed to be a memorable
halftime show featuring Rihanna has sparked outrage
among NFL fans.
people tuned in to watch the Super Bowl game primarily
for Rihannas halftime performance. Its
no surprise, as the business mogul and Grammy-winning
star made her live stage debut after a long hiatus
from her musical career. Although her performance
attracted a viewership of 118.7 million, it failed
to satisfy many people.
audience complained that the Rude Boy
singer lip-synched for the entire time. Recently,
footage of Rihanna making a controversial gesture
made fans even more upset.
performance had more viewers than the game itself.
Her performance drew 113 million viewers, which is
just 5.7 million fewer people than those who watched
the game. As the saying goes, more people, more
problems. Fans on social media noticed that
the 34-year-old artist made the Illuminati sign at
the end of her performance. This stirred a lot of
singer performed some of the best songs from her musical
career in the halftime performance. However, the problem
arose when she made a diamond shape with her fingers.
Fans started speculating if she was making her ties
with the group apparent, as the Illuminati is a secret
society with powerful members that impose powerful
and political decisions in the world. Rumored members
of the society are Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Madonna,
Kim Kardashian, and more.
sign stirred a lot of controversy in the past because
it is generally associated with a mysterious and powerful
group. Matters only worsened when her gesture was
not shown during the live telecast on television.
Bowl LVII proved to be a spectacle that left many
fans in awe, but it was also shrouded in controversy.
The censored footage of Rihannas Illuminati
gesture during the halftime show has sparked outrage
among NFL fans.
or not the gesture was intentional or simply a harmless
pose, the fact remains that it has opened up a wider
conversation and controversies.
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looking to hire VP of Sports Betting - 6th February
NFL has historically been on the forefront of trying to prevent the proliferation
of sports betting, even more so than its fellow American professional sports leagues.
Heck, it was just a few years ago that the NFL was part of a lawsuit seeking to
block New Jersey from offering legalized sports betting.
since PASPA was abolished in May 2018, the NFL has started to change its tune,
so much so that the league is currently seeking to hire its first VP of Sports
Legal Sports Report:
to a job description circulating among headhunters, the new role will oversee
the leagues betting initiatives, focused on four pillars:
to protect the integrity of the game.
Advancing the NFLs brand and reputation.
fan engagement globally.
Growing the value of the NFLs data and IP.
job description also hints at the introduction of betting content into NFL media
properties, historically a no-go for the league.
to the job specification, the successful candidate will work with the NFLs
media department on the distribution of content for gaming purposes and
the integration of gaming products into the NFLs platforms.
VP of sports betting would report into NFL chief strategy and growth officer Christopher
Halpin. They should have a deep understanding of the sports betting
and sports business landscapes, the description said.