Super Bowl hip-hop halftime show received betting odds
COVID-willing, the Super Bowl will have its most hip-hop halftime show yet. Headlining Dr. Dre, the hip-hop titan is set to bring in a team of famous friends Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige.
Along with the performance list, Covers.com has released the odds bettors are clamoring for the halftime show.
Hip-hop and sports fans, like in New York where betting is now legal, lose dollars on who will play first, the total number of songs to perform, etc.
The odds that fans can be include Snoop Dogg smoking on stage, bringing the money odds further up to +255.
Hopefully those odds can hold. As the Omicron variant sweeps across the country and California events are postponed, a big cloud is beginning to hang over the Super Bowl set for Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium. The NFL is already putting contingency plans in place, but what could that mean for the hip-hop-filled halftime show starring Dr. Dre?
According to TMZ, the show headlined by Dr. Dre and featuring Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, Eminem and Snoop Dogg, could result in the loss of millions for Dre and the crew if the performance is canceled. Dr. Dre has event cancellation insurance that would cover if the halftime show was canceled, but there is a communicable disease exemption that would not cover any losses Dre would have if the performance was canceled.