PETA condemns Big Boi's fur coat at Super Bowl LIII

Posted at 12:21 PM, Feb 04, 2019

The Super Bowl halftime show drew a lot of criticism, including backlash from a well-known animal welfare group.

PETA tweeted Sunday about rapper Big Boi’s fur jacket, condemning his fashion choice at the big game.

“If animals have to be murdered for your coat, just choose something else for fox sake,” the controversial group's tweet read.

Another tweet read: “Hey, @BigBoi! The way you move is horrifying when animals have to DIE for your outfit.”

The tweets have gotten both support and backlash from the community.