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BEP Superbowl Halftime Show - TweeteReiew

So last night I entered my house just as the Black Eyed Peas were about to take to the stage for their Superbowl performance. I'm so pissed I was too tired to boot up my laptop for a proper TweetView. These are the only ones I managed to copy

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RT aka ReTweet = Repeating someone else's tweet for everyone of your own followers to see
@[insert name] = Twitter username.[name after @ sign] For example: @MarvinSparks =

Follow everyone who wrote tweets you like. If you'd like your tweet removed ask and I'll think about it

Last but not least

Disclaimer: Tweets do not reflect the opinions of us (me) here at Marvin Sparks dot Blog Spot dot com. We (I) found them funny/relevant
(To be honest, that disclaimer doesn't apply here. I condone nearly EVERYTHING posted!)

Forget what the papers will say, here's what the tweople say

Fergie is a DICK. Like, no joke - a DICK!

Fergie you sound HORRIBLE..... I need you to sit down and have a baby with Josh.. jesus your RUiNING it

@_Swaggerville Jimmy Swagger
I always feel bad for the 2 original guys from BEP. They don't do shit like their talentless

Will.I.Am is the Devil's cum stain. #imjustsaying

@_Swaggerville Jimmy Swagger
How many #superbowl half time shows has slash been part of?

um was slash the surprised guest.. hasnt he been on 8 superbowl? and Fergie whats up with your vocals

What a fantastical portrayal of black music and the culture we support - Will.I.Am and the mushed peas and Usher 2011.

@_Swaggerville Jimmy Swagger
Ok Usher just made it a spectacle

Is it me or is @usherraymond not as tight a dancer as he once used to be. why is he not NAILING those moves they seem so sloppy

@MarvinSparks Negus Marvin Sparks
Black Eyed Peas still can't perform. They sound shit. Anthems but always sound shit. OMG Usher performing this shit. This is shit

aaaaaaaaaaaand, there's the Dirty Dancing sample. LMFAO. Will.I.Am, you fucking fool. You gave us 'Joints & Jams' - you twat.

note to all singers certain songs just dont need to be remade. "i had the time of my life" was a classic

@_Swaggerville Jimmy Swagger
I fookin hate this bloody song. There is no love so fook off

@MarvinSparks Negus Marvin Sparks
If Satan made music and performed he would be in BEP. I refuse to eat rice & peas if its black eyed peas from now

C'mon all the artists dissing that performance, get your batteries & plastic fades up then talk to me, Will smacked it...

Whether you like them or not, Black Eyed Peas are the biggest HipHop group in the world......

@DrunkenMaster_D Dominic L
@Semtex I wouldn't say there hiphop ne more. Biggest pop group

@DrunkenMaster_D so they dumb down their raps, make it bigger more accesible, theyre not hiphop any more??? really

@jbeatzmusic J Beatz
@Semtex they've stopped being hip hop a long time ago mate

@jbeatzmusic J Beatz
@Semtex their fun i'd give ya that but the beats are not hip hop and even when they are rapping it would be 4 bars rapping 4 bars autotune

@jbeatzmusic boom boom pow wasn't HipHop? but World Class Wrecking crew and Planet Rock was???

@NicholasMarston: Will i am has a plastic fade... #SuperBowl >

That was so freakin!!!

LMFAO. I puked, for sure. RT @iamwill: That was so freakin!!!

@@MarvinSparks Negus Marvin Sparks
One good thing, at least Will.I.Am cut off the dreads before making a complete fool of himself. Rastamouse and the easy crew > BEP

@DJTrevorNelson Trevor Nelson
Superbowl halftime show was all about production mo money mo production

so aside from the game itself, is that the Superbowl over now?

Final thought: after seeing Black Eyed Peas on a few occasions (TV NEVER in concert), I've arrived at the conclusion that they are a multi-cultural JEdward


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