Reports From 57th Super Bowl: ‘Ghana’ Printed On Jay Z’s Attire

written by Edem Latsu Nukafu

It is assumed that American Rapper and Business mogul, government name Shawn Corey Carter, known in showbiz as Jay Z, laboriously promoted Ghana at the annual Super Bowl, the National Football League’s penultimate playoff game that determines the league champion in America.


The Roc Nation Record label Bankroller was captured at the recently held 57th Super Bowl which was held on Sunday, February 12, 2023, at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona-Phoenix with the name of the motherland boldly printed at the back of his branded roc nation blue-black sweatshirt.

Again captured with Ghana were some major countries such as Australia, Germany, Canada, Mexico, China, Japan, and the United Kingdom printed on Jay Z’s apparel.

Jay Z fitted his apparel with a pair of  Puma Ralph Sampson Lo sneaker in the ‘White Peacoat’ colorway, sunglasses, and an all-black outfit that complemented his lengthy dreadlocks.

The said video has flared several remarks from some section of Ghanaians as a likely confirmation of Ghana as part of the selected countries his spouse, Beyoncé would be performing at her upcoming Renaissance World Tour to commence on May 10.

However, at the 57th Super Bowl, the Philadelphia Eagles took on the Kansas City Chiefs at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona-Phoenix.

The global sports event was viewed by millions worldwide with eye-watering television advertisements on display and a halftime musical performance by American RnB crooner Rihanna and other astonishing guest artists.

Finally, it was evidently worth the wait: after seven long years, Rihanna returned to the stage Sunday night for a glitzy performance during the Super Bowl LVII halftime show, and while she didn’t have any surprise collaborators crooning alongside her, she did have a special guest whois baby number two by rapper Asap Rocky on the way as she proudly revealed her baby bump while performing.

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