“I pray the day soon comes when you get to play,” J. Cole wrote.
J. Cole Shows Support for Colin Kaepernick via Instagram:
Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who became a polarizing figure back in 2016, and last season for his protests during renditions of the national anthem.
He began protesting racial injustice and police brutality in America by sitting and then kneeling during the national anthem at NFL games, Colin Kaepernick remains out of a job.
remains a free agent─Kap's supporters were convinced that he had been blackballed from the league.
On Thursday (February 10), N.C., GOAT touched upon Kaepernick's inability to find a new NFL team ahead of the Super Bowl this weekend. “Y’all musta forgot’ in my @royjonesjrofficial voice,” Cole wrote alongside a photo of Kaepernick kneeling on the field.
Cole reflected on Kaepernick’s dedication to playing in the league again. “Imagine 5 straight years spent waking up every day to train at 5am, staying ready in hopes that some team would reach out with an opportunity, no matter how impossible that sounded most days,” Cole continued. “He probably finishing up today’s workout as I type this right now.”