While Maroon 5 headlined the Super Bowl halftime show this year, Adam Levine and co. were joined by a few friends. Big Boi appeared towards the end to perform portions of “Kryptonite (I’m On It)” and “The Way You Move,” which ruled, while Travis Scott did “Sicko Mode” with a little intro help from SpongeBob SquarePants.
Maroon 5 getting the lion’s share of the time on the stage was hardly surprising, but Scott only getting one song was something that made the rapper’s fans a little upset. Among those who wanted more out of Scott was LeBron James, as the Los Angeles Lakers star hopped onto Twitter during the halftime show and seemed a little bummed at what was going down.
Most notably, James was curious as to Scott showing up for a mere minute or so.
In general, James didn’t seem like he was all that big of a fan of what the NFL threw together, tossing a GIF on Twitter that led to a discussion in the Uproxx Sports Slack about whether Bron likes Turquoise Jeep Records. (The consensus is that he does, because that would be wonderful.)
James was a much bigger fan of the ad the NFL showed before the halftime show, one that celebrated the sport with some of the best to ever play it, whether they’re in the league now or a legend of the game.
Still, while the halftime show was Maroon 5 and guests, James would have liked to see a little more of at least one of the supporting acts.