AceShowbiz - N.E.R.D took the stage at NBA All-Star Game halftime show, which took place at Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 18. The group wasn't alone, though. Migos accompanied them during the performance.
A group of cheerleaders kicked off the performance by performing their routines. Pharrell Williams and Shay Haley then came to the stage, delivering a rendition of "Lapdance". They followed it up with "1000", jumping around the court together with some cute mascots. The group's frequent collaborator, Mette Towley, made an appearance in the middle of the rendition.
The duo then split up, with Shay belting out "Rock Star" alone on the court. Pharrell, meanwhile, went to the stage to perform "Stir Fry" along with Migos. The track appeared on the latter's latest album "Culture II".
After that, Pharrell went offstage to join Shay performing their hit song "Lemon". During this performance, Pharrell sang Rihanna's verse as the songstress didn't join them. Mette appeared once again to display her dance moves, stealing the show.
Their performance that night sparked debate among social media users. While some said that Migos' performance was unnecessary, some others argued that the rapper trio should appear more. "Ayo @nba More migos & less pharrell next time," a Twitter user wrote. Another commented, "Migos got the stage presence of a vienna sausage falling out of can."
Ayo @nba More migos & less pharrell next time.— WARRIORS (44-14) (@GoIdenState) 19 Februari 2018
Migos got the stage presence of a vienna sausage falling out of the can.— will (@fuckwillie) 19 Februari 2018
Some users, on the other hand, said that Pharrell looked like Jaden Smith. "Pharrell looks like Jaden Smith considering he's 44, not sure if that is good thing for Jaden Smith or that Pharrell just doesn't age," one user tweeted.
Pharrell looks like Jaden Smith considering he's 44, not sure if that is good thing for Jaden Smith or that Pharrell just doesn't age— Robert Littal (@BSO) 19 Februari 2018
Another similarly wrote, "When you realize that Pharrell s really Jaden Smith from the future that came back to the past to save us from ourselves... Noone Ever Really Dies."
When you realize that Pharrell is really Jaden Smith from the future that came back to the past to save us from ourselves...Noone Ever Really Does #Icon— No Relation, Esq. (@TheCosby) 19 Februari 2018