As we all know, Travis Scott is set to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show alongside Big Boi and Maroon 5. His decision to perform was not taken lightly with people such as Nick Cannon saying he isn't for Black culture, considering everything Colin Kaepernick has been through with the NFL. 

The latest person to weigh in on the debate is T.I. who offers up his opinion on how Travis had a choice to be selfless but chose the other hand. "I think every man [has] an opportunity ... he can make a decision for himself, or he could be selfless. And, nobody can tell someone when to be selfless," T.I. told TMZ, as seen in the video below.

"That's every man's right to choose that moment for themselves. So, if this ain't something that he wanted to be selfless about, hopefully in the future we'll see other moments where he will. You dig?"

Quavo previously talked about Travis and the Super Bowl, telling Rolling Stone that he's proud of Travis to be performing on such a big stage.

"It's just too much going on. We talked about [it] and had a great conversation. I'm proud of Big Boi because he represents the city of Atlanta. It's not as tough as the world want to make it. As long as we got understanding as grown men and what our understanding is for the future," he said.