Deion Sanders, an NFL star and Colorado head coach, offers opinions on who should play the Super Bowl 59 halftime show.
Sanders, who has appeared in a few Super Bowls throughout his career, feels rapper Lil Wayne should sing at next year's halftime show in New Orleans, speaking on X following Usher's performance on Sunday.
Wayne, 41, has never performed at a Super Bowl halftime show, but Super Bowl 59 would be an appropriate debut given that New Orleans is his hometown.
New Orleans was originally scheduled to host Super Bowl 58, but plans were revised due to Mardi Gras issues.
The biggest event of the NFL season is now set to take place in New Orleans, and Lil Wayne may make an appearance on stage.
The rapper has already shown interest in performing at next year's halftime show, which Sanders would enthusiastically support.
Sanders won the Lombardi Trophy twice during his playing career, first with the Dallas Cowboys and again with the San Francisco 49ers. In 1994, he won Super Bowl MVP for the 49ers.
Perhaps bringing Lil Wayne on stage for next year's presentation will be enough to get the former Super Bowl MVP in the audience.