Looks like Jay-Z is standing by his words of support for the NFL players who choose to protest. During a recent stop on his "4;44" tour last night TMZ reports:
"Jay directly addressed critics who say the movement started by Colin Kaepernick is an insult to the U.S. flag and military. His point was those critics are twisting the message, which is really "about justice and injustice" ... regardless of race.
During this tour, Hova's made it abundantly clear he's fully in Kaepernick's corner -- sometimes wearing jerseys bearing his name.
Jay also blasted recent stories claiming he can't put asses in seats anymore, and his tour is flopping. As he put it, "They can't stop me. I can't be stopped!"
This support comes just 24 hours before Colin Kaepernick was named GQ magazines first Man of the Year!
Looks like things are looking up for Colin Kaepernick, the first player to take a knee during the national anthem. I wonder if Jay-Z wants to go in with Diddy with starting our own league?