Jason Whitlock finds new low in skit mocking Kaepernick


By Corey Masisak, nypost.com

While Michael Bennett spoke out with a personal story of excessive police force, and Malcolm Jenkins and Anquan Boldin spoke to fans about why they are sounding off about the rights of black people in America, Fox Sports’ Jason Whitlock continues to mock the NFL’s most famous advocate for the cause.

Whitlock tweeted a photo of someone impersonating former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick with the phrase, “Great to have Kap stop by the studio today.” The photo drew immediate outrage from all corners of social media, including the company Whitlock works for.

The Kaepernick impersonator wore an afro wig, oversized black glove and Kaepernick’s No. 7 jersey from his days with the 49ers. TMZ reported the impersonator is Christopher Reid, a.k.a. “Kid” from Kid N’ Play.

Read more at http://nypost.com/2017/09/06/jason-whitlock-finds-new-low-in-crusade-against-kaepernick/


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