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Dolphins Coach Plays 8 Jay-Z Songs Straight After Kenny Stills Criticizes Roc Nation & NFL Partnership

Dolphins Coach Plays 8 Jay-Z Songs Straight After Kenny Stills Criticizes Roc Nation & NFL Partnership

Dolphins Coach Plays 8 Jay-Z Songs Straight After Kenny Stills Criticizes Roc Nation & NFL Partnership

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The Dolphins wide receiver spoke out against the deal on Monday.

After Kenny Stills spoke out against Jay-Z‘s partnership with the NFL on Monday, Dolphins coach Brian Flores played eight consecutive Jay-Z songs during a Tuesday practice, leading some to speculate if the moment was a coincidence or not.

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“It doesn’t sit right with me, I don’t think it was handled the right way…[Jay-Z] could’ve reach to Colin, he could’ve reached out to Reid,” Stills said. “Some of the ways he answered his questions talking about we’re moving past kneeling like he ever protested…Choosing to speak for the people like he had spoken to the people.”

“It didn’t seem very informed,” the wide receiver added.

Then, during a Tuesday practice, Flores proceeded to play eight Jay songs straight.

According to tweets from ESPN reported Cameron Wolfe, the playlist began with “Show Me What You Got” before going into “Brooklyn We Go Hard,” “Ni**gas in Paris,” and “Run This Town.”

From there, “On to the Next One,” “No Church in the Wild,” and “99 Problems” were played.

“This is either some big-time trolling or the DJ is the biggest Jay fan ever,” Wolfe tweeted.

Flores didn’t discuss the music choices but according to For The Win, Dolphins PR said that Stills knew ahead of time the music that was going to be playing. The Win also noted that the song selection “was possibly a move to motivate Stills to practice through distractions and noise.”

Recently, rapper Killer Mike voiced his support for Jay’s NFL deal and said that “It doesn’t destroy what Kap knelt for.”

H/T: For The Win



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