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Cardi B declined offer to perform at Super Bowl, cites support for Kaepernick

Cardi B declined offer to perform at Super Bowl, cites support for Kaepernick

And it's like if we don't support who stands up for us who's going to support us?

Pop star Rihanna has come out in support of Colin Kaepernick amid the row over the take-a-knee movement.

"The only football player I'm checking for this weekend".

Kaepernick, 31, has had his career derailed following his 2016 decision to kneel during the pre-game US national anthem to highlight racial injustice and police brutality. On Super Bowl weekend with the National Football League dominating the news agenda, both James and Durant's gestures were powerfully timed.

For the NFL, whose TV ratings rebounded 5% this season, the tweet extends the long-running controversy over Kaepernick, who found himself shunned by the league after kneeling during the national anthem as a protest.

It's become customary for companies to release their Super Bowl ads online prior to their actual airing during the game, in recent years. The consolation prize, of course, is the fact that everyone got to enjoy a ton of top-notch commercials during Super Bowl 53, regardless of which team they were rooting for.

Cardi B heard the criticism toward her and other music artists for taking part in Super Bowl-related events.

"We got an arrogant president, and the racism right now has been reborn", she said. "We expect to reopen Boylston Street first, followed by Tremont Street and then Cambridge Street".

Lady Gaga, the 2017 performer, went on for 13 and a half minutes, while Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars finished in just over 13 minutes the year before. I talked to Rick - as you know, Rick followed the draft very closely - and at one point, he said to me, 'A kid you might want to take a look at is this quarterback out of Kent State.

The rapper told the publication that she hopes Kaepernick's influence will create "positive change", under Donald Trump's administration. "They feel mighty fearless nowadays".

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