NBA Legend Shaquille O’Neal Speaks Out On BlackLivesMatter And Colin Kaepernick’s Disrespect

NBA Legend Shaquille O’Neal Speaks Out On BlackLivesMatter And Colin Kaepernick’s Disrespect

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I have always been a pretty big fan of Shaquille O’Neal. But now, I am even more of a fan. Race relations are worse than they have ever been in many of our lifetimes. And the previous concept of love and forgiving is being replaced. Shaquille O’Neal comes out and explains his thoughts on everything from BLM to Colin Kaepernick.

Saying:

“All police ain’t bad, just like all athletes ain’t bad. Just like all guys in your line of business ain’t bad. We all have the letter of the law to follow. And if you don’t follow that, it shouldn’t always be a reflection of who you work for or who you’re with. Are there some bad policemen? Of course. Guaranteed there are. And hopefully they’re tried and brought to justice.”

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“When I get stopped by the cops, I’m not worried,” he continued. “And it has nothing to do with being Shaq. You know why? I show respect. ‘Yes, sir. No, sir.’ That’s how I was taught. I was raised by a drill sergeant, and that’s who I am. Doesn’t matter if it’s a black guy, white guy, whatever. I’m not going to make it uncomfortable for you, because I don’t want it uncomfortable for me. There’s not going to be any talking back — none of that.”

“I don’t know [Kaepernick]. To each his own. You’ve got the right to voice your opinion. But my advice is to his followers: Don’t just do it when it’s convenient. And don’t do it to get your followers up. If you’re going to do it, do it like the ones before you have done it from day one,” O’Neal said

I would love to hear what Kaepernick’s thoughts are on these statements. At the end of the day, he has every right to protest. But that doesn’t mean we have to follow his lead.

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