Calling cap on Kap.
Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been trying to get back in the NFL here recently, and even said he’d be willing to take a spot as a backup QB.
This came after Kaepernick compared the NFL to slavery on his Netflix documentary, Colin in Black & White.
Now, one former NFL star is weighing in on Kap’s efforts to get back into the league…
And it’s no other than former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown, the man who ripped his jersey off and ran out of the stadium in the middle of their game against the New York Jets last season.
According to TMZ, Brown made the comments during an interview with Naji in “Cigar Talk,” admitting that he doesn’t know why people feel bad for Kap, because his settlement with the NFL in his 2019 collusion lawsuit took care of him money wise.
“He took a deal. We don’t feel sorry for you. Fuck outta here.”
“Oh, Kaepernick! Man, you on fucking Nike, man. Fuck outta here.”
He also said he thinks Kap doesn’t really want to play anymore, and even if the 49ers still wanted him, he said that his skill set is “trash.”
“All that is cap. We ain’t respecting that, bro. You took the money, the commercials. We don’t see you outside. We don’t see him in the hood. He don’t do nothing.
Like, we cool. But, nah, we ain’t even stan Kaepernick.
He not even from the hood. He haven’t even been in the trenches. We like Kaepernick and all, but we ain’t really on that.”
Brown also questioned Kaepernick’s charity:
“He built a foundation. What it do, though? I’m being real. What superhero he enforce? Who he put on? Who he help?”
Of course, Kaepernick has been involved in some charity work since his NFL departure in 2016, as he created the “Know Your Rights Camp” to help fight for social injustice. He’s also donated $1 million to organizations with similar purposes.
But overall, AB’s sentiment on Kap is one that a lot of folks share.
Although, Shannon Sharpe was quick to point out that Antonio Brown is the last person that should be calling out anybody:
Here’s the full conversation: