Colin Kaepernick Likes Post Criticizing Big Boi For Performing At Super Bowl
In addition to Maroon 5 and Travis Scott taking Super Bowl LIII’s halftime stage on February 3rd, it looks like Atlanta native, Big Boi will be joining the headlining artists, as well, according to reports.
The information comes after Scott confirms that he will be taking the stage under the contingency the NFL will be donating $500,000 to Van Jones’ non-profit organization Dream Corps; who fight to transform the criminal justice system, opportunity among minorities in the tech industry, all while attempting to build a greener economy.
Among Scott, the other half of Outkast is now receiving scrutiny for taking the stage, despite Colin Kaepernick being currently held without a job and for suing the league. Radio personality Ebro Darden weighed in on the headline which is grabbing the public’s attention,
“This is wack to me… @bigboi man! Why bro…. ?
Kaepernick also liked Darden’s post questioning Big Boi on Instagram. Big Boi has not responded to backlash about his slot on the halftime stage. He has confirmed he will be taking the stage.
— Big Boi (@BigBoi) January 13, 2019