Travis Scott just joined Maroon 5 in the booking for performing at the Super Bowl LIII halftime show but his rap colleagues aren’t celebrating with Scott on this one.

Jay-Z and Meek Mill are both trying to convince the young rapper to decline the deal for the same reason most artists refuse to perform at the Super Bowl, the Colin Kaepernick protest. The NFL has been under fire since ostracizing Colin for protesting the National Anthem in support of social justice. Neither Hova nor Meek understand why Travis even decided to take the job given that all the other artists approached before him refused to take the job. Meek addressed the news via Twitter on Thursday (December 20), in a line of tweets reading, “For what?,” “He don’t need that he on fire already! Stay strong in this sh*t!”

For anyone who perceived Meek’s comments as vitriol aimed at Scott, he made sure to clarify how he feels about him. “And don’t get it twisted,” he added. “I f*ck wit Travis too!” It is understandable Meek would feel strongly about Travis’ participation. Since stepping out of Chester State Prison in April, he’s become the face of criminal justice reform. The Philadelphia native has been stuck in the system for roughly a decade and most recently, was facing two to four years in prison for a probation violation. It was a sentence many deemed harsh. After serving five months, Meek emerged from prison and was thrust into the public spotlight in this new advocate role.