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The funniest, craziest, and meanest tweets from Super Bowl LVIII

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Super Bowl LVIII was a star-studded extravaganza filled with big surprises, animated commercials, viral trailers, hilarious social media shenanigans, and Usher putting on an absolute SHOW in front of millions of people around the world.

In the biggest moment of the evening, the undisputed King of R&B performed some of his biggest hits with special guests H.E.R., Alicia Keys, Ludacris and Lil Jon, as well as talented dancers, scintillating Kappas and the Sonic Marching Band Jackson State’s Boom of the South.

There were outfit changes, an epic guitar solo, THAT now-infamous moment with Alicia Keys, and classic Atlanta skating vibes during one of the best overall Super Bowl performances.

Once the smoke cleared, Beyoncé stepped in and shook up social media with a Verizon ad that teased her long-awaited follow-up, Act II.

In the now-viral ad, Beyoncé disguises herself as “Barbey”, “BOTUS” (Beyoncé of the United States) and an astronaut as she attempts to “break” Verizon. In the end, she announces new music by revealing Renaissance: Act II will be released on March 29.

“OK, they’re ready – drop the new music,” she says at the end of the commercial. “I told you all Renaissance it is not finished.”

Naturally, fans flocked to Beyoncé’s social media where they discovered a teaser video featuring a license plate reading “Texas Hold ‘Em.” Shortly after, the song was released on streaming services along with another, “16 Carriages.”

What was your favorite moment from Super Bowl LVIII? Are you ready for Yeehaw Yoncé to participate in this next album? Tell us below and see the funniest, craziest, and meanest tweets from the big game.

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