Uncle Luke Says NFL Protesters Aren’t Respected Because They Don’t Hire Black Agents


Well over a year ago, then-San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick kicked off protests during the National Anthem to bring attention to police brutality and social injustices to minorities in this country.

Since then, hundreds of players have joined in on the protests, but none of that means anything according to Uncle Luke.

The hip-hop legend recently took to Instagram and questioned how NFL protesters could go against systemic racism and still hire a White agent as opposed to a black one—basically suggesting that Black people need to start investing in our own race.

My message to NFL players how could you take a knee and say you’re protesting systemic racism when you have a white agent some who are well-documented in their share of broke players. Now for the player’s that put up the black power fist in protest. Putting up the Black Fist is Black Power empowerment of black people. How do you put up the black power fist when you don’t support empowerment of black people by not hiring black representation or even interviewing them. That’s why I owners don’t respect your opinion

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