By Rickelle Lee
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
It’s no secret that the world is going through a war of race, it isn’t just the United States. Here in America, however, the war is much deeper between blacks and whites. Just seven years ago, Jay Z rapped “it’s 2010, not 1864,” but it looks like 1964 is back.
In response to all of the violence from people of authority to unarmed blacks, Colin Kaepernik took a stand. Actually, Kaepernik didn’t stand, leading to mainstream backlash of the San Francisco 49ers star. But, the urban community mostly supports his decision.
Yesterday morning, Tiki Barber stopped by CBS This Morning and he was asked about Colin Kaepernik. Holding nothing back, Tiki Barber said he does not stand by his comments and CBS shared it on their Twitter. In response to this, “Black Twitter” has been going in on Tiki Barber for his comments.
Read the tweets about Tiki Barber below:
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