As the NFL draws closer, rapper Common is the latest artist to weigh in on their thoughts about Travis Scott's scheduled halftime performance - and he's not impressed.
Common was asked by TMZ about his thoughts about the controversy.
"Man, that Super Bowl, I ain't with supporting the NFL. When I say they don't support black people, Kaepernick said he was standing up for people who are being shot down, black and brown people, the NFL basically blackballed him. They've shown how they feel about us for real. I respect the NFL players but the owners, man, they ain't shown nothing," he said.
Before offering up his thoughts on the Astroworld's acceptance of the NFL's invite:
"Look, I love Travis Scott. He's a dope dude but I really don't wanna support none of that stuff. More than anything, I respect people like Rihanna that said they didn't wanna do that and they ain't gonna support that. But Travis is doing what he gotta do, doing what he feels. I feel like, man, I wish he wouldn't, to be honest... it's his own choice though, man. I love him . . . but all I know is I'm supporting Kaepernick. I want you to know that."