Amy Schumer is letting everyone know what their position is in the NFL's controversy.
Less than a month after she was arrested for protesting Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court, the comedian expressed support for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick through a posting on Instagram Friday.
Schumer said he would reject the offers to appear in the Super Bowl ads next year.
"Friday he thought", he read the legend of Schumer's publication. "I wonder why more white players are not on their knees, once they witness the profound inequality and the endless racism that people of color face in our country, not to mention police brutality and murders, why not kneel together to your brothers, otherwise, how are you not an accomplice?
He cited those reasons why he would not accept offers to appear in ads during one of the most watched sporting events in the world.
"I personally told my representatives that I would not make a Super Bowl commercial this year," he wrote. "Hitting the NFL with advertisers is the only way to hurt them."
Schumer also called the pop group Maroon 5 for the second time for agreeing to perform in the Super Bowl.
"I think it would be great if [Maroon 5] retired from the Super Bowl as [Rihanna] He did it, "she said.
The publication continued with a previous one on Thursday, a screenshot of an article that says that Rihanna had rejected an offer to appear at the Super Bowl Halftime Show, in which she said: "Would not it be so cool if [Adam Levine] Y [Maroon 5] Did you come down, too?
On Thursday, Us Weekly reported that Rihanna declined the offer because she "supports Colin Kaepernick," who has not played a game in the NFL since the end of the 2016 season.
It was during that season that he began to kneel to protest against police brutality against blacks and people of color.
"The NFL and CBS really wanted Rihanna to be next year's artist in Atlanta," a source told Us Weekly. "They offered it, but she said no because of the knee controversy. She does not agree with the NFL's position. "
The NFL did not immediately return a request for comments from ABC News.
Schumer is not the only celebrity to back Rihanna's decision to retire. On Twitter, several celebrities expressed their support for the singer and businessman, including actress Jameela Jamil.
What power Rihanna has become such an important voice for women, for people of color and for the positivity of the body. Rejecting a $ 2 million dollar check and all that publicity, records, clothes and makeup that she would have sold behind … is the divine level boss. pic.twitter.com/tBm2OOfQOM
– Jameela Jamil (@jameelajamil) October 19, 2018
"What a powerhouse", Jamil, who is known for her role in the United States in the television series "The Good Place" wrote. "Rihanna has become such an important voice for women, for people of color and for body positivity, to reject a $ 2 million check and all that advertising, disks, clothes and make-up that she he would have sold against him … he is the divine level boss ".