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Since San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for America's national anthem he has had his life threatened, been criticized and received support and criticism from fellow professional athletes and he continues to TAKE A KNEE AGAINST RACIAL INJUSTICE



In Super Bowl XLVII against the Baltimore Ravens. Colin Kaepernick threw for a touchdown and ran for another, but the 49ers lost by a score of 34-31 but he can't get a job. NFL players have commented that they believe Kaepernick is being blackballed.


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To some the Super Bowl Half Time Show is more important than the game. What I can't relate to is WHY DID THE BLACKS SELL OUT COLIN KAEPERNICK AND HIS SOCIAL JUSTICE CAUSE. IT BLURS THE LINES BY PARTICIPATING AND THEY BECAME THE NFL's YOW ZAH BOYS…. foe dah money - NBA's ALL TIME BEST PLAYERS 1st and 2nd TEAMS


Sunday February 13, 2022


It's amazing about the Super Bowl. The world is going crazy. Now the Super Bowl is about the freak show half time show, displaying fashions, hair styles and the celebrities that attend the game. In reality sports are f__ked.

This seasons game was interesting and worth watching. Having been there and done that as a journalist the events that surrounded this game is astounding. Much of the feedback came from the now must have social media environment. Everyone desires their 15 minutes of fame and then… MORE.

Apparently the world has forgotten what created this monster environment was a kneeling protest for social justice that began by former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick who was silently blackballed by the league and its largely Jewish ownership. The Kaepernick situation inspired protests by other NFL players that joined hands and kneeled like Kaepernick while the national anthem was being played prior to a game.

The largely Zionist Jew controlled media jumped on him saying he disrespected the flag. These player protests lasted about two years and faded away. The NFL played the game of IGNORE (those niggers) and the significance of the protests will go away.

When a famous singer Rihanna refused to participate in a Super Bowl half time show it was her way of supporting Kaepernick's cause for social justice. Then came the big NFL play…. offer a black person a huge sum of money to produce the half time show and all will be well. That person is Jay Z.

There is a saying about the people of a certain Asian country that they are the best people that MONEY can BUY. This is the result of the current sell out of Kaepernick's cause and the supposed cause of black people or people of color.

This year's Jay Z production was another people of color production that drew some criticism on social media because of their age. The lineup included Dr Dre - 56, Mary J Blige - 51, Snoop Dog - 50, Eminem - 49, 50 cent - 46 and the baby of the group Kendrick Lamar - 34.

Their music was being criticized in social media as being too old and from the early 2000's or from the 90's at the worst. It was amusing to view the comments on the Yahoo news pages. Yahoo appears to practice the paid for space for too many articles on the Kardashins and other well know artist that are past their prime. In other words it sells sensationalism.

The repeated comments relating to age and dissing those music artists from the 90's I found amusing. The comments are coming from a younger generation that apparently have everything ALL FIGURED OUT.

Now here's the drill…. I attended and covered Super Bowls XXVI in 1992 in Minnesota and 1993 XXVII in Los Angeles. The half time show for 1992 was the Miami Sound Machine. The following year in LA it was Michael Jackson. Being a musician I found their music something I could relate to BUT NOW we're being presented artists whose material is largely about serving time in jail, niggahs, drugs and protests. Ohhh… I forgot its also about the tang.

That's all good but not for me and that's the problem. Why is the NFL going overboard with black music to try and rectify their abuse of Kaepernick? Why not have music that appeals to everybody or others than blacks?

Since the NFL is trying to cover up their treatment of ignoring Kaepernick's social justice cause and playing career by using sell out black talent to be the Super Bowl Half Time Show it raises the question WHAT'S UP?

WHAT'S UP thus far is these black entertainers have sold out the initial cause of the black people FOR MONEY. They could argue that the opportunity is giving black people work. True but what was sacrificed is the real matter… SOCIAL JUSTICE.

Blacks were in the driver's seat by refusing to participate in the Super Bowl. They became the field niggahs and apparently refer to their image as the house niggah. But wait up… where did I hear that terminology?

Back in the day before the 90's artists currently being criticized as being too old, I was covering a Black Radio Exclusive (BRE) conference. The magazine was supposed to be the black peoples answer to the Billboard Magazine. It was a good concept that gave black artists a voice that was ignored by Billboard.

In a conference session at BRE a young black music business executive went on a rant about good looking light skinned blacks or red bones being chosen to working the house while dark skinned blacks worked in the fields. He went on to rent for about 45 minutes on the subject that was intended to be about the black music business.

I was so shocked that I requested a tape of what he said. The good news is BRE sent it to me. The bad news is that magazine is out of business and the tape was a cassette that is no longer viable.

One thing that relates to this SELL OUT situation that comes to mind is when former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was being scrutinized for making racist comments about Magic Johnson. In one interview he stated the Jews stick together and black people don't. His comments were spot on when it applies to the sell out of Kaepernicks social justice cause. Sterling lost his franchise and apparently Kaepernick lost his PLUS MILLIONS of DOLLARS in salary.

Of note one comment on social media complimented Eminen for taking a knee in honor of Kaepernick and the cause. The rapper was warned by the NFL not to kneel. Props to Emenin. For those of you that don't know Eminen is white.

As a sports and entertainment journalist for decades I've been a part of and have seen many changes. The rap music is not my style but I have no problem with it. As famed musician and music producer Quincy Jones said, it's their music and their stories. I respect Jones as his opinion is more relevant than mine since he has been involved in historic recordings such a We Are The World and produced three of Michael Jackson's biggest selling albums. He is a music icon.

In retrospect my introduction to this genre was in the press room of the NBA's LA Clippers when a black journalist I never talked to asked me if I knew about Snoop Dogg. I responded that I didn't know Snoopy Dog. He corrected me and said Snoop Dogg. He then asked if I knew NWA and I responded no.

Here's the drill I was old enough to be this journalists its father but I didn't look it. He was trying to embarrass me in front of a press room of journalists. In my mind he was an ass hole and that was the music he related to.

When I saw the promo of Straight Outta Compton about the NWA story including Snoop Dog I bought it and could relate to and its significance. It was enjoyable and I got their message as Quincy mentioned. I liked the music in the film as it was presented in the correct manner.

I get Compton. As a musician I worked clubs in Compton. I wrote a story about the tennis Williams sisters growing up in Compton. Compton is like Disneyland compared to where I come from.

I respect all of their journeys in their careers, as I can relate to musicians journeys. What I can't relate to is WHY DID THE BLACKS SELL OUT KAEPERNICK AND HIS SOCIAL JUSTICE CAUSE. IT BLURRED THE LINES BY PARTICIPATING AND THEY BECAME THE NFL's YOW ZAH BOYS…. foe dah money.

Ohhh, I forgot. Niggahs is not a race, IT'S AN ATTITUDE as the NWA initials stand for Niggahs With Attitude.

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