Gladys Knight is speaking out in response to questions about here stance on Colin Kaepernick and the NFL’s treatment of him. The legendary singer will be singing the National Anthem at the 2019 Super.. Just Jared - Published
Rhianna, Cardi B, and even Pink declined to play the super bowl in response to the obvious blackballing the NFL have done against Colin Kaepernick. It seemed for a while that is just going to be Maroon..
Colin Kaepernick Says He Didn't Approve
Travis Scott's Super Bowl Performance Many artists, such as Rihanna and Jay-Z, have refused to perform in solidarity with Kaepernick. Previous reports said that..
Maroon 5 to Perform at Super Bowl Halftime Show With Big Boi and Travis Scott Welcome to Atlanta, Maroon 5. The NFL announced the pop group as the
Super Bowl Halftime Show headliner on Sunday. Maroon..
Cardi B won't be joining Maroon 5 for the 2019 Super Bowl halftime. Business Insider reports the rapper's representative said she doesn't want to perform because of how she feels about the treatment of..
Not all ads are created equal.
Business Insider rounded up some of the best company ads that ran in 2018 and graded them from good to best based on the ads being the most creative, thought-provoking,..
2018 was a busy year off the field, with Colin Kaepernick's lawsuit against the NFL, Conor McGregor's arrest and more. But SI legal analyst Michael McCann argues that the Supreme Court's sports betting..
The Washington Redskins have signed quarterback Josh Johnson due to injury woes at the position. Johnson hasn’t played since 2013 and has only started five games in his career. According to Deadspin,..
While a growing number of companies incorporated politics into their brand voice in 2018, even more can be expected to take political stances moving into 2019, says Jeff Cartwright, vice president of..
Maroon 5 is set to headline the 2019 Super Bowl Halftime Show—for now, at least. While the NFL has not officially announced the rock band will be taking the stage at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta,..
The superstar is reported to have declined to perform, preferring to back NFL player Colin Kaepernick's protest against racial injustice. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
Nike's decision to build an ad campaign around Colin Kaepernick appears to have paid off in the short term, with shares shooting to a record high. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Nike's 'Dream Crazy' ad campaign sparked outrage from President Donald Trump but sales suggest there really is no such thing as bad publicity Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
The sportswear giant's new campaign, with NFL pariah Colin Kaepernick as it's face, will prove clever after the initial outrage. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Nike has faced a backlash for its decision to use Colin Kaepernick as the face of its new “Just do It” campaign – with some critics burning their trainers or slicing the famous swoosh logo off.. SBS - Published
The backlash poured in just hours after Colin Kaepernick tweeted that he's starring in Nike's iconic "Just Do It" ad campaign. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age