Super Bowl spectators’ opinions on Reba’s rendition of the national anthem varied widely. Some thought it could have been even better. Many people agreed online with Andra Day’s rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” which is also referred to as the national song of Black people.

The Black national song was played four times during the Super Bowl pregame show. Since it was released in 1900, the song has demonstrated the sincere and optimistic nature of Black Americans’ desire for independence.

After being adopted by the NAACP, “Lift Every Voice and Sing” came to represent the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s.
A lot of people discussed Andra Day’s performance on the internet before to her Super Bowl performance. However, more people spoke up when she finished singing.

Rep. Mike Loychik, a Republican, stated that there ought to be no “black national anthem.” They think that during the playing of the national anthem, we should all stand together because we are all Americans. They were incensed that the NFL brought up issues related to race.

Megyn Kelly, a TV anchor, stated on Twitter that the “so-called Black National Anthem” has no place at the game. She made the point that this is already stated in our national song.

Some claimed to have discovered that the national anthem is not just for Black or White Americans, but for all Americans. Some people think that creating a separate anthem just serves to further alienate the black community. Those who share their views believe that we ought to behave as a one nation.

Some folks didn’t think the crowd was all that enthused either.

Nevertheless, I felt Andra Day did a fantastic job. Why do you believe that? Tell us what you think on Facebook.

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