Rocker Jon Bon Jovi has made no secret of his longtime desire to own an interest in an NFL team, recently joining forces with a prospective ownership group hoping to buy the Buffalo Bills.

While the Bon Jovi group has said that they do not plan to move the team, which they would legally not be able to do until 2019 at the earliest anyway, Bills fans aren’t so sure. The Associated Press reported last week that Bon Jovi and his Toronto-based partners have identified three potential stadium sites near the Ontario city, enhancing the suspicions of those in the Buffalo area.

This week’s issue of New York Magazine captured that sentiment (and then some) in a feature titled “Jon Bon Jovi Is the Most Hated Man in Buffalo.” In addition to quoting members of a team booster group calling themselves Bills Fan Thunder, the piece featured quotes from the co-founders of another organization called the Buffalo Fan Alliance. In April, that group named 14 influential Buffalonians (including several former Bills) to its advisory board, one being 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Andre Reed.

Reed, who’ll be presented by former Bills coach Marv Levy in Canton on Saturday, had plenty of choice words about Bon Jovi’s pursuit of the team and what would happen if his group ended up moving them north of the border.