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Beyonce and Jay-Z sparked a massive backlash on social media for not standing and saluting the flag during the Super Bowl in Miami on Sunday.

Jay-Z, Beyonce and their daughter Blue Ivy, stayed seated while Demi Lovato sang the National Anthem before the start of the Super Bowl.

NFL free agent Colin Kaepernick mocked Jay-Z and Beyonce on social media. Apparently, Kaepernick was annoyed by Jay-Z staying seated after he said Black people had moved past kneeling.

Americans were furious that Jay-Z, who is a partner with the league, disrespected the American flag.

Many Twitter users called for Beyonce, 39, and Jay-Z, 50, to leave the country if they are unpatriotic.

Many social media users bought tickets to Bey and Jay's On the Run II tour. They are upset that the former power couple are being so ungrateful.
 

Duron Harmon

Duron Harmon, the New England Patriots' hero safety, says he will refuse a White House invitation to celebrate winning Super Bowl LIII with his teammates.

Harmon's defensive plays late in the 4th quarter were key to sealing the Patriots' victory over the hapless Los Angeles Rams by a final score of 13-3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Sunday.

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Male cheerleader

New Orleans Saints fans are still fuming over the no call in the 4th quarter of the NFC championship game that resulted in the L.A. Rams going to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta. Saints ticket-holders filed a lawsuit against the NFL to force both teams to replay part of the 4th quarter.

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Monica Brown

Super Bowl attendees who arrive at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport will see a familiar face welcoming them as they ride the escalators. Singer Monica Brown is featured on a large airport terminal sign welcoming visitors to Atlanta.

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Trump Eagles players

At least 3 Philadelphia Eagles players say they won't be on the team plane when the Super Bowl champions Eagles fly to Washington, D.C. to visit the White House.

Malcom Jenkins, Torrey Smith and Chris Long have confirmed they do not plan to visit the White House because President Donald Trump lives there.

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