Chris Brown is a world-class star and he has proven himself capable of offering thrilling moments on the big stages around the world.
He’s no stranger to putting up solid performances anytime anywhere, and there’s no better way to appreciate his huge contributions to the music industry than by letting him appreciate fans at the 2017 Super Bowl 51.
The campaign championed by Change.Org has been supported by Brown’s adoring fans, after news broke out that the British singer Adele has turned down the offer to perform.
She spoke during her concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Saturday, saying: ‘First of all, I’m not doing the Super Bowl. I mean, come on, that show is not about music…… they were very kind, they did ask me, but I said, “No.”‘
According to CNN Money she added: ‘I know I’m not Beyoncé, I can’t dance or anything like that.’
The hyped football show will hold in Houston’s NRG Stadium in Texas on February 5, 2017.
Meanwhile, league officials, along with Super Bowl sponsor Pepsi, said that while they’re ‘big fans’ of the 28-year-old Grammy-winner, there was never an actual offer in place for her to perform on their biggest annual platform.
‘We have had conversations with several artists about the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show,’ the companies said in a joint statement. ‘However, we have not at this point extended a formal offer to Adele or anyone else.’
Brown’s fans are campaigning that the singer be included among the list of big names who are rumored to be considered as peformers for next year’s show.
Just days after the NFL and Pepsi publicly denied Adele’s claims to have been offered a spot as next year’s Super Bowl halftime performer, Chris Brown fans took to Twitter to begin trending the hashtag #ChrisBrownSB51 in addition to starting a petition on Change.org and calling for the NFL to allow Brown to serve as the halftime show performer for Super Bowl 51, Inquisitr wrote.
Lets be real. @chrisbrown might be the only artist that can give Beyoncé or Bruno Mars a run for their money with a super bowl performance.