Sean Diddy Combs Tweets NFL ‘I… Have a Dream’ Message — Far From Martin Luther King Jr.’s Speech

Americans across the nation have shown their disgust for NFL player’s behavior. Ratings are at an all time low and even sponsors have dropped some teams. Both the President and Vice President have effectively won the cultural war against the NFL.

Liberals can’t seem to comprehend they’ve lost and so celebrities like Eminem and Sean Diddy Combs are continuing their hate speech against our nation.

Just yesterday we saw what Eminem performed for the BET Hip Hop awards:

During BET Hip Hop Awards ceremony Eminem went off on President Trump in an unfiltered attack. The pre-recorded video attacked Trump on every issue a liberal celebrity would be mad about.

The rapper even called the president a  “racist 94-year-old grandpa”, slamming his feud with the NFL.

The video, called “The Storm”, is 4 minutes long and covers everything from the deadly Charlottesville protest, the NFL protests , Puerto Rico, North Korea, and the list goes on. It was filmed in Detroit.

“He gets an enormous reaction/When he attacks the NFL so we focus on that/Instead of talking Puerto Rico or gun reform for Nevada/All these horrible tragedies and he’s bored and would rather/Cause a Twitter storm with the Packers,” Eminem raps.

“This is for Colin, ball up a fist,” he says. “And keep that s–t balled like Donald the B—h.”

The day before Sean Diddy Combs tweeted he had a “dream,” alluding to MLK Jr.’s infamous “I have a Dream” speech, where his ambition is to “own our own league!”

 

The problem with Diddy’s dream is that the NFL is already set up to pamper the backside of their players. Having a league where players can be themselves already exists, which is how this whole mess with the national anthem protest started.

Colin Kaepernick decided to wear socks which depicted police officers as pigs, then that exploded to him protesting our anthem.

Kaepernick and the rest of the players have the freedom to do what they want, but expecting no consequences for their actions is absurd. Especially when their message is to disrespect our Nation and the people that have died to protect these athletes right to protest.

When Diddy refers to ‘our own league’ he doesn’t elaborate on what he meant, but assumptions can be made. Without guessing though, his message is one of seclusion; an ‘us vs. them’.

Martin Luther King Jr. had a message of inclusion, where everyone worked and functioned together. Do you think today MLK would approve of Diddy’s tweets?

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