Maroon 5 was confirmed as the Super Bowl's second half of 201
It is one of the biggest concerts in the world – over 100 million people have seen Justin Timberlake's 2018 show.
But Maroon 5's decision to perform next month is not without controversy
We have been asked to retire because of the NFL's position on some players who refuse to stand up when the play is played. United States National Anthem  The Super Bowl midday show takes place during the NFL championship game, and the artists who performed there include Beyonce and Lady Gaga.
But some great stars – including Rihanna and Cardi B – are said to have refused to perform at the show.
Since 2016, some American football players have refused to stand up when the US national anthem is played at NFL games to protest against blacks in the United States.
He was initiated by the former San Francisco player 49ers Colin Kaepernick
These actions have angered President Donald Trump, who invited players to "disrespect" the American flag to be fired.
In May of last year, the NFL announced that the teams would be fined if players knelt for the United States national anthem.
An online petition urging Maroon 5 to reconsider their decision to perform has over 84,000 signatures.
Band fans posted support messages and excitement when the band shared a teaser video on their Twitter page.
"Thank you for not giving in to the pressure not to play," wrote one person.
But some Big Boi fans, who made their name in Outkast, were less positive about his decision to appear when shared a story about his online performance.
"I respect your commotion but I come from Atlanta, I would expect more from you", wrote a follower.
"Do not be their token … Do not put your career ahead of self-respect."
Other fans have supported his decision to perform while some have said that the rapper should kneel down during his slot to support NFL players.
"A poisoned chalice" – Steve Holden, Radio 1 journalist Newsbeat
Maroon 5 appearance at the Super Bowl 2019 had been hypothesized for a long time, but there were rumors that they found it hard to find someone to appear with .
It should not have been so difficult, considering that the band's long list of collaborators includes Future, 50 Cent, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa and – more recently – Cardi B.
Their song, Girls Like You, was one of the biggest in 2018. Apparently, Cardi was not interested in performing at the Super Bowl because of what he feels towards Colin Kaepernick.
Now, it seems that Travis Scott has consented to the performance provided that the NFL corresponds to the personal donation to the charity of social justice Dream Corps.
Travis Scott has not yet mentioned his appearance on his social channels
The Super Bowl takes place on February 3, 2019 in Atlanta.
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