Performing Thursday in Tucson, openly gay singer Elton John snubbed a boycott of Arizona, the Arizona Daily Star reported.

Several fellow musicians are honoring the boycott supported by the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest gay rights group, the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and 21 other groups.

The gay groups called for the boycott after state lawmakers approved an immigration law they say will lead to “racial profiling, discrimination and anti-immigrant extremism.”

“S.B. 1070 essentially declares an entire class of people to be inherently criminal on the basis of their race and appearance,” HRC said in a statement.

But during his sold-out concert, John dismissed the concerns.

He said he was pleased to be playing in Arizona and then called musicians honoring the boycott “fuck wits.”

“Let's face it: I still play in California, and as a gay man I have no legal rights whatsoever. So what the fuck's up with these people?”

The 63-year-old singer-songwriter drew the ire of gay rights groups last month when he accepted a $1 million paycheck for performing at the wedding of Rush Limbaugh, who has a long track record of demeaning minorities, including the LGBT community. John entered a civil partnership in the UK with filmmaker David Furnish in 2005.