ATLANTA — At 77 years old, Patriots owner Robert Kraft was the life of the party Saturday afternoon.
During the Fanatics Super Bowl party hosted at the College Football Hall of Fame, Kraft briefly showed off his dance moves on stage with rapper Cardi B, who was performing her single “Money.” Fanatics executive chairman and Philadelphia 76ers owner Michael Rubin shared a video of the viral moment on Twitter.
— Michael Rubin (@MichaelGRubin) February 2, 2019
Wearing his classic Nike Air Force 1s, Kraft did his best to move to the beat before retreating stage left to Rubin and rapper Meek Mill. The trio, along with rapper Jay-Z and CNN commentator Van Jones, recently launched the Reform Alliance, an organization dedicated to lobbying for changes to state probation and parole laws.
Other faces at the party included Kraft’s longtime girlfriend Ricki Noel Lander, actor Kevin Hart, NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, Dr. Mehmet Oz of “The Dr. Oz Show,” New York Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge, former Red Sox outfielder Johnny Damon, four-time Super Bowl champion Joe Montana, Hall of Fame running back Emmitt Smith, Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis, and retired safety Ed Reed, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the NFL Honors Saturday evening.
Saturday wasn’t the first time Kraft has stolen the show at a pre-Super Bowl bash. At the Fanatics party in Houston before Super Bowl LI, he also bopped on stage with rapper Flo Rida.
— Fanatics (@Fanatics) February 2, 2019