Trump supporters turn off televisions to protest halftime show

The NFL has found itself in the middle of yet another turbulent tweetstorm.

The sports giant on Sunday became a trending topic on Twitter leading up to Lady Gaga's halftime performance.

Since Beyonce's politically charged performance last year, in conjunction with Lady Gaga's public opposition towards Trump, speculation has been brewing on whether or not the "Born This Way" singer will be using her performance at the halftime show as a means to call out President Trump.

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The league stated earlier in January that it will not ban Gaga -- who stumped for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election -- from involving politics in her halftime performance, after reports surfaced saying that the sports giant prohibited Gaga from making a political statement during halftime.

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"The Super Bowl is a time when people really come together. Lady Gaga is focused on putting together an amazing show for fans and we love working with her on it; we aren't going to be distracted by this," Natalie Ravitz, senior vice president of communications for the NFL told CNN.

Though the singer didn't publicly confirm she would be a making a political statement during her halftime performance, many Trump supporters took to Twitter anyway to protest the halftime show:

Following the singer's halftime show, however, others seemed to think Gaga opted against political messaging for her performance, including Governor Mike Huckabee.

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