Thanks to a more gender fluidity, this year the Super Bowl will experience something out of the constricted society book-male cheerleaders! Creating a history of its kind, cheerleaders which have always been associated with women will see the first-ever make NFL cheerleaders to head the Super Bowl.
According to reports, male cheerleaders, Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies from the Los Angeles Rams will be the first ever male cheerleaders to perform at the biggest stage in the global sport to perform against the New England Patriots.
This huge victory was shared on social media by both Peron and Jinnies to confirm their upcoming historic moment and share their excitement.
Jinnies wrote, “2018 first male cheerleaders in the NFL. 2019 first male cheerleaders dancing at the Super Bowl. I can’t breathe.” While Peron called out to his fellow cheerleader, writing “Aye Napoleon, you think Atlanta is ready for us? …WE’RE GOING TO THE SUPERBOWL.”
Aye Napoleon, you think Atlanta is ready for us? ... NAHHHHHH 😜😜😜... WE’RE GOING TO THE SUPERBOWL! 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/oWFAElcw61— Quinton Peron (@Qperon) January 21, 2019
In 2018, the two classically trained dancers from California first made their mark when they were selected to join the Rams squad after enduring an intense audition process.