On Sunday, pop singer Mariah Carey declared that Super Bowl night is “Colin Kaepernick Appreciation Day.”
For the love of all things....what is up with social justice warriors parading Colin Kaepernick around like some sort of hero or icon? The dude ruined his career and he is literally the only one who can be blamed for that. He is done in the NFL. The sooner he and his fans realize that, the better.
Happy Colin Kaepernick Appreciation Day!
— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) February 8, 2021
Carey’s tweet wasn’t the only one glorifying the disgusting man who made popular to kneel during the national anthem.
Former ESPN commentator Jemele Hill is whining about the NFL and how they “forgot” to mention that they “blackballed” Colin Kaepernick during a Super Bowl ad announcing $250 million for social justice issues.
The NFL aired a commercial just before halftime that stated “football is a microcosm of America” and proceeded to show images of civil rights activists and NFL players with the hashtag “#InspireChange.”
The ad ended with the statement, “The NFL is committing $250 million to help end systemic racism. While the season is over, our fight for social justice is not.”
This wasn’t enough for Hill though. She went on a Twitter rant about the NFL forgetting to mention how they did Kaepernick wrong and then noted that there are only three black NFL head coaches.
“In that Inspire Change commercial, the NFL forgot to show the part where they blackballed Colin Kaepernick, have only 3 black NFL head coaches and no majority black ownership,” she wrote.
Kaepernick deserves to be “blackballed” if you ask me.
In that Inspire Change commercial, the NFL forgot to show the part where they blackballed Colin Kaepernick, have only 3 black NFL head coaches and no majority black ownership.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) February 8, 2021