Migos and Gary Vaynerchuk talked about crypto in the 2022 Super Bowl sequel
While cryptocurrency was all the rage off the field at Super Bowl LVI — ads of Drake betting $1.3 million in Bitcoin on the game — it was also apparently the talking point in some of SoFi Stadium’s VIP suites. .
Sources told Page Six that Quavo, Offset and Takeoff (of rap trio Migos) discussed crypto investing with entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk in Michael Rubin and Robert Kraft’s private suite.
“Migos was talking ‘Gary Vee’ about crypto,” a source tells us, adding that other celeb guests partying in the suite include Mark Wahlberg, Kendall Jenner, Devin Booker, Emily Ratajkowski, J Balvin, Meek Mill, Winnie Harlow and Shaquille O’Neal.
“Kendall was sitting on Devin’s lap and they were coupled,” a source said, noting that J Balvin and Meek Mill “were thrilled with Eminem’s performance” at halftime, which also included Snoop Dogg, the Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and guests.
TikTok influencers Charli and Dixie D’Amelio were also on stage, along with Kraft’s partner Dr. Dana Blumberg and Rubin’s partner Camille Fishel.
Members of the Migos Group are no strangers to the world of crypto.
“I don’t wanna be one of those rappers that got it, but right now they’re on a TV show to keep them going… I’d rather be off the stage, making my money on bitcoin,” Offset told Rolling Stone in 2018.
Quavo also reportedly partnered with a bitcoin brand on a series of NFTs, while Takeoff was part of an NFT platform that reportedly offered a chance to meet the rapper and join him on a journey into space.
As for Rubin, Page Six previously reported that the Fanatics CEO — who also owns the Philadelphia 76ers — is expecting another baby with Fishel.
Vaynerchuk, a best-selling trade author and Jets superfan, is reportedly planning to buy the New York NFL team in the meantime.