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Snoop Dogg Says Colin Kaepernick Needs To Choose Between Football or Revolution [VIDEO]
Snoop Dogg brought up an interesting point of debate during his interview with ESPN’s ‘Undisputed’ show. He contended that San Francisco 49er Colin Kaepernick needed to choose between sports and being a revolutionary. According to Snoop, Kaepernick is not prepared to juggle both his football career and his revolutionary stance against social injustices currently occurring in America. Check it out below and let us know if you agree with Snoop or not….
I don’t know about that one Snoop. With that logic, Muhammed Ali shouldn’t have spoken about civil rights issues because he was a boxer. Saying Kaepernick can’t do both is like saying Tupac shouldn’t have talked about revolutionary issues because he was a rapper.You may not agree with his methods or some of his statements but at least he is doing SOMETHING which is a lot more than we can say for a lot of his celebrity critics. Kaepernick’s main suggestion to train cops for a longer period of time than we train hair stylists pointed out a serious flaw in the system and was a valid attempt at a solution. What do YOU think? Is Snoop right or is he dead wrong on this one.
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