Super Bowl Halftime Promotion Of Impure Rappers

John Horvat

Dear Jerome Novotny,

The National Football League (NFL) will promote "vocal pornographers" at the Super Bowl LVI halftime show.

Controversial rappers "Dr. Dre" (Andre Romelle Young) and "Snoop Dog" (Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr.) are scheduled to perform with other rappers. Both have been described as "lyric pornographers" for their works graphically describing violent and immoral acts, in addition to racial and anarchic content.

While we don't know what they will perform, we do know that they have sung songs glorifying rape and violence. It is undeniable that these singers should not be featured for the country's most-watched sporting event.

Sign petition (see link below). Urge NFL to scrap the perverse songwriters from the halftime show

According to reports:

"...Pornography and pornographers are unworthy of America's biggest stage.

"...[On September 30], the NFL announced that Dre [ Andre Romelle Young], Snoop [Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr.], Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and R&B singer Mary J. Blige will perform at halftime of Super Bowl LVI. The announcement was greeted as a historic moment of progress, a triumphant landmark in black culture. The country's strongest pop culture force -- the NFL, the No. 1 TV show on five different networks -- wrapped its arms around commercial hip-hop music. The conservative and previously traditional NFL embraced the musical genre that defines the liberal NBA...

"This is not progress. This is not a great moment in American history, NFL history, or black history. The Super Bowl halftime will be a satanic ritual, a celebration of America's moral decay."


Sign the petition (see link below), urging the NFL to cancel "lyrical pornographers"

This Super Bowl halftime promotion of impure rappers is a spiritual apocalypse for the nation.

It will raise sin and violence onto a public platform for millions to watch. It will draw God's wrath upon America.

And who knows whether or not the songwriters will feature their violent and pornographic content on live television?

Please sign our petition (see link below), urging the NFL to pull the controversial, pornographic rappers from its Super Bowl half-time performance.

I remain,


John Horvat
Vice-President, Tradition, Family and Property (TFP)

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