Thursday, July 20, 2017

Michael Vick Apologizes for Colin Kaepernick Comments


Earlier this week Michael Vick caused a firestorm after suggesting Colin Kaepernick cut his hair to make himself more appealing to NFL owners [click here if you missed that].

Vick apologizes for his remarks...

Michael Vick tells the Dan Patrick Show
“What I said, I should have never said.” 
“I think it was taken out of context in regards to what I was trying to convey, but I only want to help Colin Kaepernick. I’m not a general manager, I’m not the guy who makes the decisions on getting him signed, and I’m truly sorry for what I said. I think I should have used a better choice of words.”

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mmmmm... Think puppy killa think. Worry about your damn self.

Anonymous said...

So Vick couldn't handle the criticism, huh?

Anonymous said...

@ 2:43 lol. he is not someone who should comment on anyone AT all. he got dragged to hell. i almost feel sorry for him he is forever white folks slave. he will always have to do what they say. they made him say that and know he looking like boo boo the fool.

Anonymous said...

I believe that Vick made the comments in relation to what he knows as an ex-offender who's been through the court system. Plus who knows what Jeremy Whitlock and the Fox Sports producers egged him on to say. We know Vick isn't the brightest guy.

Anonymous said...

Colin Kaepernick can express himself and wear his hair however he wants. Being an outspoken individual is not a crime. Those in the NFL Establishment are just mad that Kaepernick won't take orders and is using his notoriety to bring attention to civil rights and civil liberty issues. They're just afraid he'll wake up the locker room wherever he goes.

Anonymous said...

"Chris Long Says If 'Dirty Mullet' Isn't a Problem, Colin Kaepernick's Afro Isn't"

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2722605-chris-long-says-if-dirty-mullet-isnt-a-problem-colin-kaepernicks-afro-isnt

HHIC said...

Same clown who prided himself on defending Riley Cooper for threatening to beat up n*ggers. May his next herpes outbreak be unsctratchably itchy✊🏿

Anonymous said...

Good

Anonymous said...

@2:58 ~ Haaaaaaaaaa! Thank you for that comment on this crazy Thursday! I love it!

Anonymous said...

2:58 he should be giving Usher advice. This he can relate.

Anonymous said...

Vick is they type of negro that Malcolm X tried to warn us about. Rest In Power, Brother Malcolm.

Anonymous said...

Shut up Ron Mexico you dirty bumpy dick MF.

Anonymous said...

shut up Vick

Anonymous said...

I understand what Vick was trying to say and Vick was RIGHT! The NFL is a private sports league that is run by a bunch of rich old white team owners. Those men don't want the drama for a number of reason$. Therefore, if Colin wants to play football for an NFL team, he can either conform and cut the antics (justified or not) or stay true to himself at the cost of his NFL career. It's that simple. Neither man is wrong. It's about choices.

Anonymous said...

Conforming is cooning.

Anonymous said...

How bout he keep his hair and his fucken opinion to himself and just play ball and make money.

Anonymous said...

^^ how about he exercise his right to free fucking speech and how about you shut the fuck up since you don't value it

Anonymous said...

@ 5:41 pm but that's the thing, colin HAS made his choice. he's been focusing on traveling and doing activist work. That's why it's strange vick felt the need to comment. i could see if colin was waxing poetic about he wished he was back playing. he hasn't mentioned at all. he minding his business as vick should. vick is now a SLAVE. he probably sees the freedom of colin and cries every night.

Anonymous said...

That shit does look stupid, though.

Anonymous said...

Kaepernick is experiencing freedom in ways that most of us never will. Some get it, some don't. I applaud him for not being a go-along-to-get-along negro that will shit on his entire race for fame and fortune.

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