Travis Scott was recently announced to perform at the Superbowl.

The NFL has been receiving backlash for years for their reaction against Colin Kaepernick kneeling in response to Police killings of Black people, and the injustices black people face in America.

A lot of artists have been taking a stand against against the NFL, and black artists, like Rihanna, have been turning down requests from the NFL to perform at the Superbowl.

It’s recently been announced that Travis Scott will be performing at the Superbowl with 5 white people whose group name escape me. Maybe Burgundy 6.

Now some of what he’s always said about black people, and how he always felt about the way black people are has been popping back up.

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In 2015 Travis Scott said,

“I don’t really get too involved in the whole political shit, that shit is like all too weird to me,” he said in regard to the Ferguson riots. He explained that he has trouble dealing with the riots because he feels they ruin black neighbourhoods.”

And in 2014 he said,

“Too many black people are running around acting like fake activists”

A video of Travis Scott (who’s in a relationship with a white woman named Kylie Jenner, a Blackfishing Pioneer, who has built her empire by stealing styles from Black women, and whose family has been caught stealing clothing styles/ more than 10 times from others and from black women, to the point they had to remove products from their lines multiple times, and whose family has been specifically targeting black men to date, and finding black men who let them exploit black culture, including fashion, hairstyles, aave, etc) has been brought back to light after finding out he’d be tap dancing at the Superbowl with Burgundy one-recognizable-whiteman.

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Updated: December 23, 2018 — 2:01 am

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