Harambe Kneels During National Anthem In Protest Of His Untimely Death
In an awesome show of solidarity and support, the Miami Dolphins’ Arian Foster, Jelani Jenkins, Michael Thomas and Kenny Stills all took a knee during the playing of the Anthem before their game against the New England Patriots on Sunday.
Not to be confused with the message 49ers Colin Kaepernick is sending by kneeling, the Dolphins kneeled in protest alongside fallen Gorilla, Harambe, who was tragically taken away from us way too soon when he was gunned down after a child fell in its Cincinnati zoo enclosure.
Harambe can be seen kneeling in the above photo and somewhere in the below photo.
When asked why he decided to come back to us for a brief appearance, Harambe had this to say:
“I saw everybody protesting this and protesting that, but yet my killer is still out there and nobody cares.”
He also added:
“Don’t let my death distract you from the fact that J. Cole went double platinum with no features and the Golden State Warriors blew a 3-1 series lead in the NBA Finals. Stay Woke.”
Wise words from the Gorilla. D*cks out for Harambe, now and forever,