There have been differing opinions over Jay-Z entering into a deal with the NFL, with some calling it a betrayal of the very thing Colin Kaepernick stood in regards to social justice. Chiming in with his thoughts, Sean “Diddy” Combs showed support of the move and said that he’s “proud” of Hov for bringing about […]
The Snowman plays for the New England Patriots? Today (Aug. 22), NFL safety Patrick Chung was indicted for cocaine possession in New Hampshire.
Earlier in the week, Jermaine Dupri’s long-time collaborator, Bryan-Michael Cox claimed that JAY-Z called Dupri and told him to pass on a similar NFL deal. The So So Def General finally cleared the air during an interview on Atlanta’s V-103 with Big Tigger.
While Colin Kaepernick is now a man of few words and tweets these days he made it a point to open up about his journey. In a recent Q&A he discusses how his life took a sharp turn from the NFL to serving the underserved.
Irv Gotti isn’t one to be shy to speak his mind, and the recent announcement of Jay-Z partnering with the NFL prompted the Murder Inc. honcho to speak. According to Gotti, the NFL is essentially using Jay-Z as a “pawn.”
Money ain’t a thang? Or so we thought. Grammy-winning songwriter and close friend to Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox is claiming that Jay-Z personally called the head of So So Def and told him to pass on a similar NFL deal.
The debate raging at the moment is Jay-Z‘s new alignment with the NFL and the merits of Colin Kaepernick’s protest and assumed blackballing by the league. The Brooklyn mogul said in a press conference that he and his side are moving past kneeling and the peaceful protests to social injustice, but the free-agent quarterback has […]
Freddie Gibbs has carved out a healthy career for himself by way of his unflinching boldness and ability to stick to his code by any means necessary. In a recent Instagram video, the Gary, Ind. star ruffled feathers by saying “F*ck Colin Kaepernick” in a show of support for Jay-Z’s new partnership with the NFL […]
Ezekiel Elliott dodged the jig. The Dallas Cowboys running back won’t face charges in a Las Vegas incident where he shoved a security guard, who also allegedly tried to extort him for $500,000 after the fact.
Eric Reid, a safety for the Carolina Panthers, has stood as one of a handful of Black NFL players who have followed Colin Kaepernick in peaceful protests of social and racial injustice in America. After news of Jay-Z’s partnership with the NFL and some comments he made in defense of the move, Reid took to […]
Colin Kaepernick began his protest of the social injustice in America against Black people and other communities of color three years ago, jeopardizing his NFL career. The free-agent quarterback and activist is still sticking to his guns and posted a video to commemorate his continuing efforts.