A variety of rappers weighed in on tonight's Super Bowl, which saw The Green Bay Packers defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25.
Rappers like MC Hammer, Chingy, Chamillionaire, DJ Smallz and others rooted for The Steelers, while Jim Jones, Brian "Birdman" Williams, Lil Twist and Game cheered on Green Bay.
The Packers dominated throughout the entire game, which took place in front of a sold-out crowd at Dallas Cowboys stadium.
Super Bowl XLV just missed setting the attendance record for the with 103,219 at the game, just 766 shy of the record.
"Cowboys Stadium is packed like crazy," revealed Houston rapper Paul Wall.
The Black Eyed Peas' halftime performance was also the subject of conversation on Twitter.
"I've played so many shows...1mil people in brazil, world cup, so many, and now I'm nervous for this one," will.I.am tweeted before The Peas performed. "I feel like crying. I'm not crying out of sadness or nervousness its joy and pride and memories and the journey."
The Peas gave an electrifying, neon-lighted, performance with Slash from Guns-n-Roses during a rendition of "Sweet Child of Mine.
Usher also hit the stage with The Peas and performed his hit single "OMG."
"OMG! I Can't even Breath!!! I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE @Slash I really cried My hero!" Amber Rose tweeted.
"Maaaaaan Black Eyed Peas & Usher Kiiiiiillllleeed the Halftime performance!!!!!! Best one I have seen," Chamillionaire declared.
"My ni99 from the black eye peas outfit was LIT.COM!!! dat ni99a s**t had its own light show..LOL!! #WTFMoment!" tweeted Yukmouth.
"Hate if u want but Black Eye Peas SHUT THAT S**T DOWN!!!!!!!!" Busta Rhymes tweeted.
"Regardless what people wanna say @william is a rapper, thats rap music with a pop feel, so go head and say it was the best eva I LOVE IT !!!" Jermaine Dupri tweeted.
After halftime, Pittsburgh rallied in the third quarter to bring the score 17-21, on a touchdown by Rashard Mendenhall.
The Steelers got back in the game in the 4th quarter with a touchdown and a two-point conversion, making the score 25-28.
"Nudoknowthat! Stayn focused! Oowee," Snoop Dogg tweeted.
Green Bay fan and rapper Brian "Birdman" Williams will reportedly collect $1 million dollars, after publicly stating that he wagered seven figures on the Packers.
Green Bay prevailed over The Steelers, 31-25.
In the end, Cash Money Records' CEO also stands to benefit from The Packers' Super Bowl victory.
"Ymcmb birdman 1mill....paint tha t0wn red.greenbay in beast m0de.we tha business," Williams tweeted.