Seriously … which is why i Kap ??
Using ruby-red, white, and blue colorings, the “A Nation Divided, Sports United” publication features LeBron James, Stephen Curry, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell linking arms.
Almost immediately, Twitter users blamed the magazine for not including Colin Kaepernick, who in 2016 began the act of kneeling during The Star-Spangled Banner in response to police brutality and racial inequalities.
Where’s Kap ?!?!?!?!
— Ryan D Leaf (@ RyanDLeaf) September 26, 2017
The Sports Illustrated “protest” cover includes a humankind who dedicated a $1,000, 000 to Trump but not Colin Kaepernick who lost his job over it. pic.twitter.com/ TyQ6eD 4cuP
— Mikel Jollett (@ Mikel_Jollett) September 26, 2017
The one guy that started it is the one that had not yet been job now. Everyone else is just a copy cat.
— LVLivid (@ lvlivid) September 26, 2017
where’s Kap? why is$ 1 mil Trump donor Khan and Mr. Impartial Goodell on the cover-up? your editorial personnel is clueless.
— Stewart Blake (@ stewblake) September 26, 2017
This cover-up is a complete joke. How dare you include Goodell and not Kap? I truly hope no one buys this.
— Meagan (@ SFGiantsMeag) September 26, 2017
So I guess we’re all simply feigning Colin Kaepernick doesn’t exist? How y’all leave out “the mens” that started it?
— Wokeness Everdeen (@ LexieS1 723) September 26, 2017
[ Image via Sports Illustrated/ Twitter .]