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How about We See What Twitter Says ~ The Public Reacts To Alicia Key’s Hubby Defensive Statement on His Wife Getting Hugged By Usher During Super Bowl Halftime Show

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Swizz Beatz spoke out after Usher wrapped his arms around Alicia Keys while performing “My Boo” during his Super Bowl halftime show.

People flocked to social media to share their opinions to the painfully intimate moment, debating whether or not it was appropriate given that she is a married woman.

Usher and Alicia Keys Super Bowl Halftime Show (Image Courtesy)

Some people became emotionally invested in it, while the majority just saw it as two performers entertaining the audience. At this point, her husband really stood up for her, sparing her from public humiliation, congratulating Usher in its place, and telling the public that he didn’t really see anything wrong with that or the agenda they were pushing and that they should watch other shows instead of concentrating on unimportant things.

“Y’all talking about the wrong damn thing!!! Y’all don’t see that amazing dress covering the entire stadium.

Tonight’s performance was nothing but amazing, with two amazing Giants!. Congrats, @usher, and my love, @aliciakeys; that song is a classic.

We don’t do negative vibes on this side; we make history.” The Swizz Beatz statement read:

That’s when the online fraternity reacted to this statement upon realizing that the husband was not siding with them by consoling themselves by suggesting they go and see what people are saying on Twitter (X).

“Now that Alicia Keys’ king has spoken, let’s get into what the folks are saying on Twitter. One comment was read.

Another fan on X tweeted, saying that he doesn’t see anything wrong with Usher and Alicia’s performance, as people are just petty and wanting to stir trouble.

The Salt of the Earth: Usher’s halftime performance with Alicia Keys at the Super Bowl has people saying he should apologize to Swizz Beats for how intimate their dancing was, which is ridiculous.

Usher has no reason to apologize; if anyone is to apologize, it’s Alicia Keys for disrespecting her husband. Everything Usher did with Alicia, she allowed it, wanted it, and enjoyed it. Swizz Beats has nothing to get mad about; he knew the kind of woman he was marrying. Women in the entertainment industry are flirty, thirsty, and sutty.

Most probably, she once had a thing with Usher back in the day. And as the saying goes, a woman never forgets her fling; it’s only a matter of the right situation and good conversation, and boom, they can chew each other again.

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