Fans chime in on Travis Scott's Super Bowl appearance.
After so much controversy shrouded Travis Scott's decision to appear alongside Maroon 5 and Big Boi during the Super Bowl halftime show, much anticipation was set on seeing just what La Flame would contribute to the iconic stage.
Prior to the Super Bowl, a petition was started by fans to get Maroon 5 to incorporate SpongeBob Squarepants' "Sweet Victory" track in tribute to the show's late creator Stephen Hillenburg and after teasing that possibility, the tribute was actualized more or less when a scene from Spongebob introduced Travis Scott to the main stage before he broke into a performance of "SICKO MODE."
The overwhelming response on social media seems to be one of disappointment, though, with fans hilariously complaining about Travis Scott taking the place of an actual performance of "Sweet Victory" while others argue that the mere performance of "SICKO MODE" wasn't enough. Nevertheless, it was certainly a momentous occasion for Scott who accepted the opportunity after catching criticism for his decision to appear in light of the NFL's treatment of Colin Kaepernick.
Along with Trav, Maroon 5 also got a little help from Big Boi to add a taste of Atlanta to the festivities as the Southern legend came out to his quintessential "Kryptonite" track, uttering the lines, "If you want me, you can find me in the 'A'" before moving into his Sleepy Brown-assisted "The Way You Move."
He'd exit the stage just after leading the crowd into a classic "ATL Hoe" chant. Check out Twitter's top reactions to the Super Bowl Halftime performance below.