Michael Rubin’s Fanatics Super Bowl Party was a star-studded event held at the College Football Hall Of Fame. Notable attendees included Cardi B, Meek Mill, Emily Ratajkowski, Kevin Hart, Jon Bon Jovi and many more! The party brought in Meek Mill for a performance as Cardi B joined him on-stage to perform “On Me” for the first time.
Comedian Kevin Hart arrived at Michael Rubin’s Fanatics Super Bowl Party and was greeted by Former Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis saying “watch out bro, I’m going to tackle you.” The two were spotted cracking jokes on the carpet and snapped a few photos before making their way in. Brunette bombshell, Emily Ratajkowski turned heads in an all-black ensemble as she arrived hand-in-hand with husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard. The two kept a low-profile as they were seen lounging at their table watching the performance by Meek Mill at Michael Rubin’s Fanatics Party. Ratajkowski rose with excitement when Cardi B arrived on the stage to perform and was seen snapping photos and dancing during her set. Donning in a custom Louis Vuitton monogram number, the Grammy-nominated artist, Cardi B arrived at Michael Rubin’s Fanatics Super Bowl Party for a special performance. The rapper welcomed partygoers to the event and asked who was rooting for the Patriots as she winked at Patriots owner, Robert Kraft. Patriots owner, Robert Kraft hopped on stage during Cardi B’s special performance showing out some of his best dance moves a few moves as she performed her hit track “Money.”
Check out the full list of attendees below with images to follow:
Michael Rubin (Fanatics Executive Chairman), Cardi B (Hip-Hop Artist), Meek Mill (Hip-Hop Artist), Jon Bon Jovi (Singer), Kevin Hart (Comedian), Emily Ratajkowski (“I Feel Pretty”), Peyton Manning (Former NFL Player), Jonathan Cheban (TV Personality), Chantel Jeffries (DJ/Model), Yo Gotti (Hip-Hop Artist), Jasmine Sanders (Model), Danielle Herrington (Model), Angela Yee (“The Breakfast Club”),Bob Menery (Comedian), Jamal Adams (New York Jets), Jerome Bettis (Former NFL Player), Anthony Munoz (Former NFL Player), Jim Brown (NFL Hall of Fame), Kyle Busch (Pro Stock Car Racing Driver), Al-Quadin Muhammad (Colts NFL Player), Dez Bryant (NFL WR), Vinny Curry (Buccaneers NFL Player), Jonathan Ogden (Former NFL Player), Nick Barrotta (“Divorce Court”), Ray Lewis (Former NFL Player), Dan Katz (Media Personality), Julius Erving (NBA Hall of Fame), Jason Taylor (Former NFL Player), Mehmet Oz (“Dr. Oz Show”), Emmitt Smith (Former NFL Player), Ed Reed (Former NFL player), Matt Ryan (Falcons NFL Player), Thurman Thomas (Former NFL Player), Urban Meyer (CFB Coach/TV Personality), Mitchell Tribusky (Chicago Bears NFL Player), Jesse Palmer (Sports Commenter), Joe Montana (Former NFL Player), Melvin Ingram (Chargers NFL Player), Taylor Rooks (TV Personality), Dan Marino (NFL Hall of Fame), Barry Sanders (Former NFL Player), Johnny Damon (Former MLB Player), DJ Envy (“The Breakfast Club”), Evan Engram (New York Giants).
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