Despite reports, Colin Kaepernick and Travis Scott didn’t come to a “mutual understanding” about the Super Bowl, says Kap’s camp
ABC/Randy HolmesColin Kaepernick and company are denying reports that Travis Scott consulted with the former NFL player prior to accepting his Super Bowl halftime gig.
As previously reported, per Variety, the “Sicko Mode” star and Kaepernick had “at least one phone conversation,” in which a source claims they did not necessarily agree on the matter but shared a “mutual respect and understanding.”
But now, Kaepernick’s girlfriend Nessa Nitty is shooting down such claims. Wednesday, the radio personality took to Twitter to clarify the situation.
“There is NO mutual respect and there is NO understanding for anyone working against @Kaepernick7 PERIOD,” she tweeted followed by the hashtag #StopLying.
Apple Music exec Ebro Darden also joined in on the conversation by adding, “Kap did not approve this bull****! Get the f*** outta here.”
This new controversy follows the announcement that Scott only agreed to perform at the Super Bowl under the condition that the NFL match his donation to the social justice organization Dream Corps.
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