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Freddie Gibbs Supports JAY-Z Trying to Own an NFL Team: "Fuck Colin Kaepernick"

Freddie Gibbs Supports JAY-Z Trying to Own an NFL Team: "Fuck Colin Kaepernick"

 

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Update: Freddie Gibbs has since spoken with sports journalist Jemele Hill, presumably about Jay-Z’s NFL deal.

After Gibbs’ Instagram story surfaced where he voiced his support for Jay, Hill tweeted the following:

Since then, the pair has spoken, with Gibbs tweeting:

“It was extremely dope! Glad we could make it happen. I felt equally enlightened,” Hill responded.

Read the original story below.

Hip-hop is riding with Jay.

Last week, it was announced that JAY-Z, Roc Nation and the NFL entered in a partnership together. Roc Nation will reportedly help the league in the social-justice arena. The company will also produce Super Bowl events. By the end of the week, it was reported that JAY-Z would most likely become part-owner of a team.

READ: JAY-Z to Become Part Owner of an NFL Team, According to New Report

That reaction to that news has been divisive. But hip-hop figures have been mostly supportive.

READ: JAY-Z & Roc Nation Have Aligned Themselves with the NFL — But At What Cost?

Rapper Freddie Gibbs has been the bluntest. On his Instagram stories he talked about the deal, saying:

I’m riding with Jay-Z, straight up. Fuck Colin Kaepernick. All y’all niggas marched for Colin Kaepernick and he took a settlement and aint tell y’all what he got or nothing. He settled. Let it go. Y’all hating on Jay-Z for tryna own something in the NFL. Y’all niggas some muthafuckin’ crabs.

TMZ caught up with Cardi B over the weekend and asked about Jay and the NFL. she said:

I feel like he didn’t [make] an NFL deal without an agreement. I feel like he went in there like, “Alright, if you guys want me to work with y’all, y’all need to bring my people in here. Y’all need to do things my way.” I feel like he’s gonna change it.

Check out the video below.

H/T: HipHop-N-More Source: TMZ



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