Snoop Dogg had a very candid conversation with Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe about Colin Kaepernick’s recent Fidel Castro comments and if he can be a true revolutionary.
Tha Doggfather entered the always entertaining arena on FS1’s Undisputed and spoke freely on a range of topics. One of them were Colin Kaepernick‘s struggle to be an activist while being an NFL football player.
The facts are, Kaepernick has used his platform to bring attention to police brutality and oppression in America. But, ever since he got his starting quarterback job back with the San Francisco 49ers, he has yet to win a game.
“I don’t believe he can do that and play football at the same time,” says Snoop Dogg about Kaepernick’s quest to fight oppression. “There’s too many rules and regulations and things that he has to deal with as opposed to being a revolutionary. But I do appreciate the fact that he brought something to America’s attention.”
Snoop went on to say that while Kaepernick did a good job in bringing certain subjects to light, he failed at building a team around him to start a true revolution backed by action. To Kaepernick’s credit though, he did start a “Know Your Rights” camp for Bay Area youths.
Snoop, Bayless and Sharpe went on to discuss Kaepernick’s recent comments on Fidel Castro. The former Cuban president died earlier this week, leaving many to debate his legacy. Kaepernick applauded Castro’s efforts to help Black and African countries. Many Cubans have rejoiced in his death as they felt he represented the very oppression that Kaepernick is fighting against.
To that, Snoop called Kaepernick’s comments “hypocritical.”
Check out the entire talk below. Also peep what Snoop had to say about his Los Angles Lakers, Pittsburgh Steelers and 2 Chainz claim that he can beat him at basketball.