What is a Super Bowl Without a Rap War?

You thought Super Bowl XLV is all about the Pittsburgh Steelers versus the Green Bay Packers on the field? It turns out it runs deeper, much deeper than that.

Pittsburgh native Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow” has become somewhat of an anthem for this year’s Pittsburgh Steelers. Here is the song played on top of a montage of Steelers highlights:

Come on, you know that there has to be a rebuttal, right?

Lil Wayne, originally from New Orleans but an apparent Green Bay Packers fan, took Wiz Khalifa’s song and gave it his own Packer flavor in a rebuttal. How can we have a Super Bowl without a small scale rap war? We can’t:

Lil Wayne joined the ESPN crew on First Take to talk about the Packers and his remix. Check it out below:

Vegas puts out prop bets on seemingly anything that has to do with the Super Bowl and peripheral activities. What are the odds that commissioner Roger Goodell busts out a few lines of the winning team’s version on the trophy podium?

I would have been just fine to leave the theme music to something more like this:

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Tags: Green Bay Packers Lil Wayne Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XLV Wiz Khalifa

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