Travis Scott hasn’t dropped out of the Super Bowl halftime show and it’s upsetting Team Kaep. Actor Michael B. Jordan is the latest high profile Colin Kaepernick supporter who spoke out in oppose of Scott’s decision.

In a response to being asked about Travis doing Super Bowl 53, the Creed actor gave a disappointed and in denial answer.

“That’s something that I’m not that happy with,” he said.  “Hopefully, it’s a rumor. I haven’t seen much on it other than the headlines and the click bait and all that good stuff, but hopefully it doesn’t work out. We all trying to stick together on this one.”

A few A-list Hip-Hop artists have already taken a stance by declining the offer to join Maroon 5 in Atlanta for the Feb 3 halftime show.  The star-studded list includes Jay-Z, who is reportedly trying to convince Scott to withdraw. Rihanna, who turned it down from the get-go, and now Cardi B, who features on Maroon 5’s recent No. 1 hit “Girls Like You,” is leaning towards doing the same.

On December 23, a rep of Cardi’s camp told Page Six, that she’s down with Kaep and not impressed with the NFL.

The statement reads,  “The rumor circulating that she wants a million dollars and she wants her own set is false. There was never a firm offer to begin with for a performance. There [were] talks about it, but she was not particularly interested in participating because of how she feels about Colin Kaepernick and the whole movement . . . But again, there was never a solid offer for her to say yes or no to regarding the Super Bowl. She is already confirmed to do a set with Bruno Mars that weekend.”

Usher, Outkast, Lauryn Hill, Nicki Minaj, Mary J. Blige, Big Boi are on that list as well.

Actress Karrueche Tran also suggested Scott back out. She told TMZ that the Astroworld rapper is “making a huge mistake,” and “don’t think it’s a good idea.” She too hopes it doesn’t happen.

Reverend Al Sharpton criticized the Houston rapper in the worst way, insinuating that the slave mentality. “I think he should do what a lot of other major artists have done. Say ‘I’m not going to participate,'” Sharpton told TMZ. “You can’t fight against Jim Crow and then go sit in the back of the bus.”

Meek Mill took it to Twitter to share his support of Kaep. He figures Travis performing at the Super Bowl is pointless. On December 22, the Championships rapper tweeted in response to the news: “For what????” He continued, “He don’t need that he on fire already! Stay strong in this shit!”

It is believed that the former NFL quarterback is being blacked balled by the league for his decision to kneel during the National Anthem. Kneeling was Kaep’s way of non-violently protesting against racial inequality and police brutality. It’s that reason why Kaep gained so much support and it’s that reason why people want Travis to turn down the Super Bowl.

Celebrity’s who disagree with Travis Scott:

Micheal B Jordan

Karrueche Tran

Al Sharpton

Meek Mill