(AllHipHop News) Travis Scott is still receiving negative reactions for his decision to perform at the upcoming Super Bowl in Atlanta. Yesterday, the "Sicko Mode" rapper was caught in another controversy when reports suggested he got consent from Colin Kaepernick.
People closely associated with Kaepernick quickly disputed the claims, and the former quarterback retweeted those statements. Now, Hip Hop legend Common is telling Scott, through the media, that he doesn't approve of his fellow G.O.O.D. Music affiliate taking part in the halftime show at the big game.
"The NFL don't really support black people. They're not supporting Kaepernick," Common told TMZ. "Kaepernick said he was standing for people who were shot down, black and brown people, and the NFL basically blackballed him. They've shown how they feel about us for real."
The Grammy and Oscar winner added, "I love Travis Scott. He's a dope dude, but I really don't want us supporting none of that stuff. I respect people like Rihanna that said they ain't want to do that, they ain't gonna support that. Travis is doing what he's gotta do. I feel like I wish he wouldn't [perform at the Super Bowl] to be honest. It's his own choice though. I love him."