Super Bowl As Seen By The Stars

by
Zohaib Ahmed
The Seattle Seahawks, thanks to their mean defense, became the new National Football League (NFL) champions on Sunday after inflicting a 43-8 defeat on the Denver Broncos. After that, and as expected, the chatty celebrities on Twitter – who have nothing to do with the game of Football – came online to express their opinion on the game.

Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks, thanks to their mean defense, became the new National Football League (NFL) champions on Sunday after inflicting a 43-8 defeat on the Denver Broncos. After that, and as expected, the chatty celebrities on Twitter – who have nothing to do with the game of Football – came online to express their opinion on the game.

First up was the NBA’s leading contender for the MVP Award, Kevin Durant

His arch-nemesis LeBron James matched KD’s tweet, saying:

The legendary Magic Johnson added:

Kobe Bryant – who knows a thing or five about winning Championships – also chimed in:

The Black Mamba’s former teammate Shaquille O’Neal wasn’t far behind..

Reality TV star Snooki wasn’t going to take any blame for the Broncos’ lopsided loss…

Tennis star Maria Sharapova was unhappy with the coverage the Super Bowl got back in Europe…

World champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. used the occasion to rubbish reports that he gambled and lost $10.4 million on the Super Bowl.

British boxer Amir Khan – who could be Pretty Boy Floy’s next opponent – wrote:

Comedian Jeff Ross – who was at the game with his son – shared this pic:

Pop superstar Rihanna’s simple tweet was:

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