News: New York Giants Win Super Bowl XLVI, Busta Rhymes, Ciara, Spike Lee & More React
Sunday, Feb 5, 2012 10:20PM
Celebrity stars Busta Rhymes, Ciara, Spike Lee and more tuned into the Super Bowl XLVI and have now shared their post-game reactions to seeing the New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots.
Flipmode Squad leader Busta Rhymes posted a photo expressing his post-game excitement.
"THIS IS MY #GIANTS VICTORY POSE FACE THAT I'M GIVIN' 2 THE FANS OF THE PATRIOTS!!! ME @DJScratchator & @Grafh http://lockerz.com/s/181170132 ," he tweeted Sunday (February 5). (Busta Rhymes' Twitter)
R&B star Ciara admitted rooting for the Patriots, but gave props to the Giants.
"Its no secret that I wanted Brady 2 get his 4th ring, however its awesome 2 see Eli get over that hump of being under his brother! Good Game," she tweeted.
"Also congratulations to Cruz and the guys! They are truly an awesome crew of people. Win deserved! #Love" (Ciara's Twitter)
Houston rap legend Bun B also paid his respect to the Super Bowl XLVI champs.
"Wow. Congrats to the New York Giants! #SBXLVI," he tweeted. (Bun B's Twitter)
Film director Spike Lee tweeted an on field photo from the game.
"Super Bowl Champs New York Football Giants. http://yfrog.com/odjozllj ," he tweeted. (Spike Lee's Twitter)
Brooklyn rapper Papoose flaunted his hometown team's victory.
"Was with bradshaw the other day and he told me he was gonna all da way http://bit.ly/wV913l ny giants we #likethat," he tweeted.
"The patriots #aintlikethat ny n*ggas rule the world we started everything #king of ny talk #imlikethat" (Papoose's Twitter)
After a hard fought game, the Giants defeated the Patriots 21-17.
Eli Manning is the other Manning no more. Master of the fourth quarter rally this season, Manning did it again --- just as he did four seasons ago --- and got one up on older brother Peyton by leading the game-winning touchdown drive in the final minutes as the New York Giants stole another championship from the New England Patriots with a 21-17 victory Sunday night in Super Bowl XLVI. (USA Today)