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Social media personalities Lynnette "Diamond" Hardaway and Rochelle "Silk" Richardson fired back at a Philadelphia Eagles safety who is one of at least three players boycotting the Superbowl champions' White House visit.

Malcolm Jenkins told CNN that it's "not worth [his] time" to meet with President Donald Trump.

"When it comes to this presidency, I'm not very excited about getting my picture taken with him. It's just not worth my time," Jenkins, 30, said.

Jenkins added that he would rather spend time working with other leaders on "issues we've been fighting for."

"It's sad, because it's a great honor when you [receive] an invite to the White House," Hardaway responded on "Fox & Friends."

She said Jenkins is "still stuck in that Democratic plantation mindset. [He's] being controlled by the dog whistlers that feed [him] a narrative."

"Shame on him, that he don't know how to man up and stand up and go talk to the president [who] can go help him with these issues in the inner and urban cities, and with reform [to] the justice system."

At least two other Eagles players have also announced plans to boycott the team's visit with Trump.

Receiver Torrey Smith said his decision is not political, but a response to Trump's statements, according to "The Nation."

"This individual called my peers and my friends S-O-B's. You would understand why I wouldn't want to go to that party," he said.

The third name on the no-go list is defensive star Chris Long, son of sportscaster and retired Oakland Raider Howie Long.

Long grew up in Charlottesville and took exception to the president saying there were "good people" on both sides after white supremacists clashed with protesters there last summer.

"None of this is political," Long said on Twitter.

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