Kiwi-born director Noah Marshall shoots latest controversial Super Bowl spot for Beats By Dre

BeatsByDre.jpgKiwi-born director Noah Marshall's latest spot for Beats By Dre featuring controversial NFL player Richard Sherman is the talk of the town in the US at the moment ahead of the February 3rd Super Bowl.

Sherman, a young match-winning Seattle Seahawks cornerback and notorious trash talker, has now polarised fans yet again after he made a number of controversial comments directed at an opponent during an after-game interview.

The spot featuring Sherman has had over two million YouTube views and is the latest in a line of commercials Beats By Dre are doing that feature top athletes.

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