Some People Are Upset About Superbowl’s “Gay” Halftime Show

This is simultaneously amusing and unsurprising. At the end of the Superbowl’s halftime show, which featured such names as Coldplay, Beyoncé and Bruno Mars, they finished off with a lovely colourful message of “believe in love”.

This colourful display, which you can see below, was enough to bring out the critics who somehow translated this to NFL “promoting homosexuality”.

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In actual, observable reality, this wash of colour was actually down to Coldplay. It’s a reference to the art on their album, A Head Full of Dreams. But no! It’s a rainbow, so it must be “promoting homosexuality”. I wonder how these people feel about actual rainbows, or the ones you see in oil puddles?

Thankfully, we also have an example of someone being sensible on Twitter (will wonders never cease).

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The Superbowl has a pretty good half time show, with a lovely message of "believe in love". Apparently, this was "promoting homosexuality". Aaalrighty then.
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