Beyonce's Super Bowl 50 halftime show performance is still drawing controversy, and now a group is going to protest the NFL for allowing her to perform.

An Eventbrite page is advertising an anti-Beyonce rally outside NFL headquarters in New York City on Feb. 16, the same day that tickets go on sale for Beyonce's recently announced Formation world tour.

"Are you offended as an American that Beyonce pulled her race-baiting stunt at the Super Bowl?" reads the event page. "Do you agree that it was a slap in the face to law enforcement? Do you agree that the Black Panthers was/is a hate group which should not be glorified?

"Come and let's stand together. Let's tell the NFL we don't want hate speech and racism at the Super Bowl ever again!"

The song Beyonce chose for the halftime show, "Formation," has no lyrical references to police brutality, the Black Panthers or the Black Lives Matter movement. But the music video she released earlier in February for the song does, and that has caused many to link the song to those subjects.

Another protest has also been planned for the same time and place to combat what they see as an attack on an African-American woman embracing her culture and heritage.

"When black women affirm blackness/black womanhood, they are attacked and silenced," reads the event page. "This is a counter protest to a racist, ahistorical attack on the Black Panther Party and Beyonce, plus an excuse to celebrate a very awesome song and #BlackGirlMagic moment."

"Sisters, dress in your 'Formation' video/Super Bowl performance-inspired gear and make this a moment a joyous one! Allies and friends, show up and show your support!"

Many conservative pundits blasted Beyonce's song as anti-police and glorifying the Black Panther Party, which some see as a militant hate group. The National Sheriffs' Association expressed its displeasure with the song, and so did former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani the day after the Super Bowl.

"It was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers, the people who protect her and protect us and keep it alive," he said on "Fox News Monday."