Performing at the Super Bowl Halftime Show is not at the top of Rihanna's to-do list — because there are more important matters at hand.
"To watch the game is to compromise my beliefs. It’s not worth it. #ImWithKap," tweeted director Ava DuVernay.
The Grammy-nominated rapper turned down the opportunity, and “a lot of money,” in a decision to stand behind Kaepernick
“As an African American woman, I certainly understand where we are as a country and I have a great deal of respect for what [Kaepernick] has done and the personal sacrifice he's made to take a stance," the 60th Mayor of Atlanta told ESSENCE.
Gladys Knight spoke to "Today" about her decision to perform at the Super Bowl, where she'll be joined by Travis Scott, Big Boi and more.
Pepsi, Doritos and Michelob ULTRA have tapped famous faces like Cardi B., Chance the Rapper and Zoe Kravitz to bring star power to ads.
The producer is responding to backlash over his decision to produce a week's worth of Super Bowl-affiliated events this week.
Dupri's decision has nothing to do with Colin Kaepernick, though he told paparazzi he wasn't invited and refused to be an afterthought.
The actress and comedian is disappointed that Knight will perform at the event, but thinks she can be redeemed.
Nelly Misses The Entire Point And Weighs In On Super Bowl Halftime Performers: 'I Don't See The Big Deal'
The rapper told paparazzi that he doesn't really understand why fans are criticizing halftime performers when they can just tune out. But is he missing the point?
The singer issued a statement about her decision to perform at the Super Bowl saying that she hopes to give the anthem its voice back.
According to producer Jazze Pha, the pair is "gonna make it hot," but their role in the halftime show isn't quite clear.
The rapper will join Maroon 5 and OutKast's Big Boi on the Super Bowl stage.
Scott confirmed that he will join Maroon 5 and Big Boi on stage at the event, adding that he backs anyone who takes a stand.
The Super Bowl Host Committee picked the So So Def founder to showcase the best of Atlanta’s music in the leadup to the Super Bowl.
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