Colin Kaepernick has denied that Travis Scott consulted him about playing the Super Bowl half-time show.
While it was previously reported by Variety that the rapper spoke with Colin over the phone before he confirmed the performance, the political activist has denied the claims.
The 31-year-old has taken to Twitter to tell fans that he never spoke with Travis, as he has retweeted a number of people who have hit out at the claims.
Kap did not approve this bullshit! Get the fuck outta here…. https://t.co/yyMVAXQB3k
— El Viejo Ebro (@oldmanebro) January 16, 2019
— NESSA (@nessnitty) January 16, 2019
So you’re trying to tell ME that Kaepernick, a man that has been Blackballed by the NFL, costing him his career, for protesting against police terrorism, gave the green light to .@TrvisXX, a man that insinuated that Mike Brown was at fault in his death, to partner with the NFL?👌🏾 https://t.co/FQG1q8J58Y
— L E F T (@LeftSentThis) January 16, 2019
Colin retweeted one follower who wrote: “Kap did not approve this bulls**t! Get the f**k outta here….”
The American footballer also retweeted: “There is NO mutual respect and there is NO understanding for anyone working against @Kaepernick7 PERIOD.
Travis Scott, Maroon 5 and Big Boi are all set to perform at the Super Bowl half-time show, after they were called on by several fellow celebrities and fans not to take part in the annual show.