Super Bowl 2012 Halftime Show: Madonna Shouts Out Metta World Peace?

The Super Bowl halftime show probably wasn't very popular among most people. But one Los Angeles Laker must be pretty happy about the situation.

Not sure how aware Madonna is about Metta World Peace. But doesn't this final ad seem a little too coincidental?

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In case you can't see the small image, click here and you'll see "World Peace" being the final symbol of the Super Bowl.

It sure seems like World Peace believes he was a target of this final sign. Perhaps there is more to this than we realize.


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