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Do Black People Care About Outspoken Athletes/Entertainers?

8 Views· 27 Oct 2021
The Wacky World of O TV
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Link to article: https://www.yahoo.com/sports/k....yrie-irvings-silence

Throughout the past years there have been so-called "black" professional athletes & entertainers who have used their fame to publicly speak out against issues such as: racism, police brutality/murder, unjust wars(Vietnam War), political corruption, and currently, the Wuhan virus vaccine. Rarely do we see the masses of so-called "black" people unite to PROTECT these outspoken athletes/entertainers when their careers are at risk due to them boldly speaking out on said issues. Thus this leaves me to ask this question: Do so-called "black" people care about outspoken athletes/entertainers?

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Above All That Drama
Above All That Drama 1 month ago

No not really. I think as a collective the black community is disappointed with Colin K. because he stopped after getting a bag. Much in those 2 catagories dont really want to phuck over their money, so they will continue being Zaddies good little cooning for capital monkey.

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The Wacky World of O TV

How did Colin K stop his activism after getting "the bag"? He accepted an endorsement deal with Nike that relates to his activism so how did he stop? I believe that the so-called "black" collective who was rooting for Colin Kaepernick have a naive view of thinking that having money is "selling out" thus thought Kaep was doing such things when he accepted the Nike endorsement.

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Above All That Drama
Above All That Drama 1 month ago

@The Wacky World of O TV : I am kool with him getting the endorsement and was boo koo happy when the NFL settled, I just feel like he could have been more vocal. That's just me tho. I am not hating that man.

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The Wacky World of O TV

@Above All That Drama: Ok.

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