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So So Def founder Jermaine “JD” Dupri isn’t worried about picking sides – the hip-hop mogul has partnered up with the National Football League (NFL) for Super Bowl LII amid publicized tensions toward the organization over its national anthem kneeling drama.

JD went to Instagram Friday (October 26) to announce he’s producing all musical acts for Super Bowl LIVE.

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Jan 26th lets go!!!!! @atlsuperbowl53

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Uheeeeerrrrd!!! ❤️ @keishabottoms #ATL

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JD made sure to address his real motivation for partnering up with the NFL.

“I mean, for me, this don’t have nothing to do with football. This has something to do with people coming to my city and, um, leaving with a mindset that Atlanta was the best city to have a Super Bowl in. That’s what made my decision. It’s really not about the game.”

Despite the major power move, JD’s fans have shared mixed reactions in his comments section.