Meek Mill is among the many fans that aren't feeling Travis Scott's decision to perform at the Super Bowl.
There were reports earlier this year that Maroon 5 was having trouble landing guest performers for their halftime performance at the Super Bowl. However, that doesn't seem to be the case. Travis Scott has reportedly agreed to perform alongside the band -- a decision that's been met with mixed reception. Meek Mill, a vocal supporter of Colin Kaepernick, doesn't think that Travis Scott even needs to perform because the Astroworld rapper is the hottest thing in the music industry right now.
Meek Mill thinks that Travis Scott has more to offer the Super Bowl than the NFL has to offer him. The rapper took to Twitter to express his disapproval of the move to perform at the Super Bowl.
"For what?" Meek replied to a tweet regarding Scott's Super Bowl performance. "He don't need that he on fire already! Stay strong in this shit!"
Meek Mill and Colin Kaepernick have been avid supporters of each other for a while now. Meek Mill addressed how the NFL treated Kaep unfairly on his record "Trauma."
"They told Kaep' stand up if you wanna play for a team/ And all his teammates ain't saying a thing (Stay woke)/ If you don't stand for nothing, you gon' fall for something/ And in the 60's, if you kneeled, you'd prolly be killed/ But they don't kill you now, they just take you out of your deal," he raps.
Along with Travis Scott, it's rumored that Cardi B and Big Boi will join Maroon 5 during the Super Bowl halftime show.