Travis Scott will only play at the Super Bowl if the NFL agrees to donate cash to a charitable cause.
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Scott was criticised by Colin Kaepernick supporters for agreeing to play at the NFL event even though he knows the organisation is said to have black listed the athlete for speaking out against anti-black violence.
The entertainer is now said to be working out a way to make the most of his performance and wants to use his star power to force the organisation to donate to a social justice related cause.
The “Sicko Mode” star was confirmed as a special guest set to join Maroon 5 for the halftime show back in December. A source close to the negotiations has now confirmed to Billboard that Scott required the NFL to make a joint donation to an organization fighting for social justice in order for him to move forward with the event.
The recipient’s identity is yet to be announced.
The event kick off on February 3rd 2018 and was supposed to see Cardi B rock out with Maroon 5. However, she pulled out to support Colin which made room for Scott’s arrival.