Rapper Quavo offered the football national champion Clemson University Tigers an open invitation to dinner to show President TrumpDonald John TrumpGeraldo Rivera on Trump sowing election result doubts: 'Enough is enough now' Murkowski: Trump should concede White House race Scott Atlas resigns as coronavirus adviser to Trump MORE “how champs are supposed to be treated” after the president was criticized for serving the football team fast food during their visit to the White House this week.

The Migos member said in a tweet on Tuesday that he wants to treat the team to a visit to his group’s Quality Control headquarters, where they are welcome to come “anytime” and receive treatment “The Stir Fry Way.”

Quavo is the latest celebrity to criticize Trump for serving the Clemson football team food from fast-food chains McDonald's, Wendy's and Burger King during their visit to the White House on Monday.

Former NFL star Reggie Bush called the president's decision a "huge slap in the face" and "disrespectful on so many levels."


Bush said the team deserved "better" and also added that he “would have taken that whole team to dinner at a nice restaurant after seeing this" if he lived in Washington.

The White House said in a statement later on Monday that Trump wanted "to host a fun event to celebrate" the team, but "because the Democrats refuse to negotiate on border security, much of the residence staff at the White House is furloughed." 

"So the President is personally paying for the event to be catered with some of everyone’s favorite fast foods,” the statement continued.

The Clemson Tigers’ trip to meet Trump on Monday marked the second time the team visited the president at the White House. The team also met Trump in 2017 after winning a national championship.