Colin Kaepernick’s Girlfriend Criticises Jay-Z Over NFL Deal

Published: Thursday 15th Aug 2019 by David

Colin Kaepernick‘s girlfriend Nessa cannot believe that Jay-Z has partnered with the NFL….after it ruined the athlete’s career.

Full story below…


Jay-Z teamed up with the National Football League to help it rectify its mistakes and use its resources to bring positive change in the communities most affected the injustices Colin has been defending selflessly and tirelessly.

Nessa, Colin’s other half, sees it differently.

We will never turn our backs on @kaepernick7 because your idols decided to work with the same organization that is actively keeping Colin unemployed all because he peacefully protested against social injustice in black and brown communities, specifically police brutality.”

So really, how can Jay-Z and the NFL utter social justice in their partnership while keeping Colin unemployed because of his social justice work.
It’s typical for the NFL to buy different PR looks to cover up their dirt-that’s nothing new. But what is disgusting and disappointing is Jay-Z let them use him. Whether Jay-Z knew it or not (I don’t doubt his intelligence-so I would think he knew) he helped the NFL bury who he said is an iconic figure, Colin Kaepernick.

Don’t tell me there’s a “master plan and wait for it” because the ONLY reason anything would ever change is because THE PEOPLE are loud and clear and won’t let the league buy their loyalty with their disingenuous moves. The people are letting the league and anyone who works with them know that they aren’t buying the bs.

 

Colin agrees with her…

 

 

Jay-Z is yet to respond.

Hit this link to find out why the altruistic rapper joined forces with the organisation.

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  1. #TeamTinashe Stan August 15, 2019

    She has a Point

    • SMH August 15, 2019

      She has THE point lol. Jay Z is an opportunist snake, that’s nothing new.

    • Jasmine August 15, 2019

      No she does not. Colin ruined his own career. He was all about himself and what he wanted to do and not what the NFL and the team he worked for wanted to do. Well nobody is stopping Colin from doing what he wants to do but unfortunately for him his intentions were not in line with the NFL so audios to his job. He can play football for himself though and kneel

    • Whoops 🤷🏽‍♀️💅🏾🤭 August 15, 2019

      Her point being that he shouldn’t work with the organization who blackballed Kaep?? How does that really make sense, long term? How is progress going to be made without working together? Kaepernick kneeling got the conversation started, but when is the conversing going to evolve into action? Y’all think people kneeling for another few years is going to do anything? She’s talking about how the people are loud about what they want, but what comes next after being loud?? Honestly, a lot of people from this generation have this really bad habit of wearing the t shirts, retweeting the hashtags,and participating in viral activism without following through with the action. Change is a 2 part process. Identify the problem and then solve it. It’s been years and we’re still talking about the problem. The rest is a blur. 😒

  2. Tyty August 15, 2019

    Oh please Jay been fighting for injustices for years how he sees fit. His under no obligation to run his decisions through kap or even consider him. She needs to stfu and not question a man who puts in the work to help black man the way he feels is best. Kap thinks kneeling is the way to go good for him. Whether jay worked with NFL it not he still will never work in football again if anything it’s his peers who should be protesting by not turning up on the field to demand he get his job back. Why don’t she rant at them?? She picked the wrong one!!!

    • Bruno 😎 August 15, 2019

      Actually he hasn’t. He only started pretending to be a social justice warrior when Tidal flopped. Remember when he partnered with that department store AFTER they targeted black customers who they thought were stealing ? Right. This is who he really is.

      • Tyty August 15, 2019

        Who gives a f*** how it started his ”fake woke” but his influence and money is real enough …his spent millions towards the cause bailing black fathers out from jail on minor charges, starting prison reform agencies etc….. His resume speaks for itself.

      • SMH August 15, 2019

        Whatever, anybody who knows anything about Jay Z knows that all his “philanthropic” efforts are nothing but fronts to make himself richer. He never actually takes action in ANY of these so called causes he aligns himself with. Its all about money and press with him. Do your research.

      • Caleb August 15, 2019

        Harry Belafonte call him out for this bs back in 2011.

      • Whoops 🤷🏽‍♀️💅🏾🤭 August 15, 2019

        @SMH You seem very passionate about this topic sis. What actions have you taken?

    • Clocked In August 15, 2019

      Caleb don’t comment on black issues thanks.

      • Shayla Queen August 16, 2019

        Any race can comment on any racial issue. If we don’t unite, nothing will change.

  3. Meme August 15, 2019

    He’s a c***. It’s only ok when it’s making him money. He dissed the NFL for the 3 yrs now all the sudden it’s cool because it’s his deal. Bye. The Carter’s are beyond greedy

    • Dc August 15, 2019

      Devils both of them

    • Tyty August 15, 2019

      Kap has no problem collecting those Nike checks despite them sponsoring NFL though. Why doesn’t he ask them to help him get his job back??? They are all greedy y’all just like to pick and choose who is exempt from judgement. When their all black capitalists looking to make themselves rich kap included.

      • SMH August 15, 2019

        This bigger than Kap, this is about the NFL’s racist policies IN GENERAL. Stop with the celebrity worship and open your eyes to what’s really going on.

      • Jasmine August 15, 2019

        I don’t find the nfl policies racist. The nfl and nba have enabled this generation to have the highest amount of black wealth of all time

  4. Dc August 15, 2019

    Jay and his wife opportunist

  5. Clarkson August 15, 2019

    Gurl business is business
    This is why women are not good at business or making money moves, always clouded by emotions and sentiments. This is the same thing with Taylor swift and her music catalogue drama

    Men are good at business, cause when it’s time to make money they put all the bullsh1t aside and make money, after making money they can continue their beef or squash it and move on.

    • MCalling you h*** out August 15, 2019

      Are you good at business?

      • Paulo August 15, 2019

        you already know… this ho ain’t even good at trolling, it can’t even run a posting account here

    • Jasmine August 15, 2019

      Is Oprah a man? No yet she balling more than Camelman 🐪, Roach 🐜, and Uncle Tom Tiger 🙇🏾

  6. Rita Ora August 15, 2019

    Camel Z is a FRAUDDDDDDD and this “business deal” will fall through like his others. He has no real business acumen. He and his w**** of a wife are only good at media manipulation and controlling their sheep.
    But one thing they do well is CONTROLLING THEIR OWN NARRATIVE and making the industry bow to their feet. DEVILS they are. Fakers.

  7. Pat August 15, 2019

    The Carter’s are so ’08

  8. Bruno 😎 August 15, 2019

    There’s really no need for anyone with sense to go back and forth on here because the truth is apparent. Jay wanted good press so turned the Super Bowl down but didn’t want to be affected by his decision so went back to them with his 50 year old tale between his legs and thinks presenting it as a “smart deal” will convince those of us who remember who he was before Mathew and Bey helped him clean his image up. Phoney mcphoney. You will know them by their deeds.

  9. Bruno 😎 August 15, 2019

    And this is my point. Because Jay has done this there are people who feel like they have to make Colin look irrational and arrogant for not giving in. Let me tell you, no amount of spin will clean this up. Colin lost his job for defending us and Jay Z exploited it for financial gain after telling Travis Scott not to do the Super Bowl. It is that simple.

    • Bey Unique August 15, 2019

      Right! This is so bad because he literally told Travis Scott not to do it only to turn around and do it himself. Like for real, are you guys so blinded by the marketing that you can’t see how crazy it is. It’s not ok for other people to work with them but only acceptable when HE says it’s ok. Do you not see how insane this is? Let’s just call a thing a thing. Jay is starting to realise that he can’t sustain this new image because it isn’t really him so he wants to go back into business man mode. The problem is that his way of doing business involves exploiting other black folks for cash. He continued to do business with a company after they were found guilty of stopping and searching black customers who they believed were stealing. Then he said nothing about Trayvon or Mike Brown UNTIL his streaming company flopped because everyone pointed out that he could assemble celebs to sell a product nobody wants but couldn’t even speak out against the murder of his own people. Let’s also not forget that he’s under investigation for Tidals inflated numbers. I love Bey but it’s time for her to realise that he is pulling her brand down .

      • D August 15, 2019

        💯

  10. J August 15, 2019

    This article is incredibly messy. Are y’all sponsoring Twitter or something? lol

  11. Whoops 🤷🏽‍♀️💅🏾🤭 August 15, 2019

    Celebrities should not be your social champions. Jay Z is no more responsible for condemning the NFL than anybody else. When is the last time y’all went outside with picket signs to protest the league, because by the logic here, every single game is a protest opportunity that I know y’all aren’t committed to, and when have you organized to collectively condemn the near 70% black players that didn’t leave because Kaep doesn’t have a job? Jay Z is a fake activist and y’all are fake mad about it.

    • Veronica LeDavenport August 15, 2019

      But celebrities benefit financially when they position themselves as social justice champions. Do you think he could have released 4:44 in 2011? No, because his image then wasn’t aligned with the artificial one he created to fool us. I feel so bad for Bey. Imagine being married to such a counterfeit guy. Harry Belafonte saw right through him and now Kaep does too. Truly embarrassing.

      • Whoops 🤷🏽‍♀️💅🏾🤭 August 15, 2019

        They do, but that’s wasn’t the point. It’s actually a part of the problem. Because celebrities can only self identify themselves as champions when they have the support of the support of the community by and large. So if Jay Z spending the last few years out of his DECADES long career, pandering to you with an artificial image of support with a few socially charged songs and statements convinced you that he was genuine, then YOU are a part of the problem as well. The truth is that a lot people expect celebrities to do the work for them and have no problem accepting them as the mouthpiece of the community until they say/so something that you don’t agree with anymore. Take the people in this comment section for example. They’ve clearly aligned themselves with this issue. They clearly have access to a computer. So. What have YOU organized with the resources you have to prove that you’re more committed to this cause than Jay z or anybody else?? Seriously, what platform or initiative have you started to prove that you aren’t counterfeit towards this cause you’ve aligned yourself with? I’d love to check it out.

  12. olusheyi banjo August 15, 2019

    Stop being a hatin b

  13. Jasmine The Real Princess August 15, 2019

    Hope Jay dies soon

  14. TaJ August 16, 2019

    Those who are bashing Jay Z are super short sighted and that’s the problem in the black community in general. Always ready to tear each other down and that’s why none of these movements gets nowhere. Think bigger black people! Kap starting this kneeling movement but where has He really gotten with this form of protest? Nowhere! The changes Kap wanted really need to start from inside the NFL, within the Organization. Why shouldn’t Jay Z champion this opportunity? If it was any other Black man who was given this opportunity would you all respond the same way? Make no mistake Jay has done his part in trying to rectify injustices as He sees fit. Lots of you all just like to spend time on social media and give social commentary but never will be the one to put in the work. Let’s give Jay Z some time and see if He can really make a difference till then stfu! Black people are their own worst enemy best believe that.

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