close Video NFL makes Maroon 5 skip regular pre-Super Bowl press conference, critics say to dodge controversial questions Maroon 5 will not be holding a pre-Super Bowl press conference despite other acts historically doing so. Critics say the move is to dodge questions about a slew of controversies since 2016, like the National Anthem protest movement sparked by former player Colin Kaepernick. Lil Jon says he understands Maroon 5’s decision to cancel its news conference to discuss the band’s Super Bowl halftime performance with reporters. Maroon 5, with frontman Adam Levine, was supposed to speak with the media Thursday to promote their Super Bowl 53 appearance, but decided to cancel and let their “show do the talking.” “When you come in and just want to give a great show, but you got all of these other distractions, it’s like ‘Let’s not talk about it.’ Let’s deal with the show,” Lil Jon told The Associated Press after his performance at the Pepsi Brunch Party on Thursday. “Let people see the show. So, I get it.” The event also honored New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley and featured a performance by Bryce Vine. Maroon 5 did not give a reason for… Read full this story
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