Quinton Peron ( Cheerleader) Bio, Age, Gay, Rams – Super Bowl 2019.

Quinton Peron Biography

Quinton Peron is a professional dancer, choreographer and is a cheerleader for LA Rams. He has been dancing for over 10 years for Dellos Dance and Performing Arts, Adage Dance Center, Mt. SAC, Pace Elite among others. When he was asked about becoming a cheerleader, he responded that he wanted to make a difference and games.

He was born in Rancho Cucamonga, CA and lives in Rookie. He attended Mount San Antonio College. He will become the first male cheerleader alongside his colleague Napoleon Jinnies to ever perform at a Super Bowl this weekend at Mercedes Stadium, Atlanta.

Peron, who started dancing when he was 16 years old. He was also part of the Aladdin cast at Laguna Playhouse in Laguna Beach. He added it hasn’t been an easy ride to be accepted in a sport where cheerleaders are predominantly women. He loves dancing to Jazz, Hip Hop.

Quinton Peron Age

Details of his age will be updated soon.

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Quinton Peron Gay – Quinton Peron Girlfriend

His relationship status are still not confirmed.

Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies

Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies joined their female counterparts to support the Rams at Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the NFL championship game. Both men made the Rams’ cheer team in March 2018, joining New Orleans Saints’ Jesse Hernandez last year as the first male cheerleaders in the NFL. Peron and Jinnies, both classically trained dancers, have been cheering this season during the Rams’ 13-3 run to an NFC Championship title.

While Peron and Jinnies have been subject to some taunts and jeers at games and on social media, they say the support from their team and city lifts them up.

Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies of the Los Angeles Rams are set to be the first male cheerleaders to perform at a Super Bowl. The duo broke the gender barrier when they joined the team in March, becoming the first male cheerleaders in the NFL in recent memory.

Male cheerleaders have had a presence in high school and college stunt-heavy cheerleading teams for years, but they have been largely absent from the cheerleading squads of pro teams. The Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts have men as stunt performers on their cheer teams. But Peron and Jinnies, both professional dancers, are notably on the Rams’ team to dance.

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Super Bowl 2019 News

The Super Bowl is always a big deal for the two teams competing, and everyone involved in the organization, but this year is different.

When the Los Angeles Rams take the field in Atlanta, Georgia to compete against the New England Patriots all eyes won’t only be on their players…their cheerleaders will demand some serious attention.

After two male dancers made the squad for the 2018 season, the LA Rams will continue to make history when Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies appear as the first male cheerleaders to ever perform at a Super Bowl this weekend.

Super Bowl LIII will be full of firsts beginning with the fact that it’s the first Super Bowl played at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium and the first time the Rams have been in the big game in 17 years.

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