Kenny Stills says he has received multiple death threats over his comments about Stephen Ross and his Donald Trump fundraiser.
The Miami Dolphins owner is said to be hosting a fundraiser for Trump at his Southampton, New York home, and that led to many to condemn his actions and encourage a boycott of SoulCycle and Equinox, two fitness companies owned by Ross.
The Miami Dolphins WR pointed took to Twitter and pointed out what he felt was inconsistency between Ross’ “RISE” charity mission and support of the president.
Stills, who is entering his fifth season with the Dolphins, told reporters after the Dolphins’ preseason game Thursday that he received death threats for his comments.
Stills made it clear that Ross can’t play both sides.
“The two things don’t coincide. They are very contradictory. … It’s important to me that the work that we’re doing isn’t just lip service. It’s real. Everything I do has been real from the very beginning,” Stills said Thursday night, via ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe.
“Someone has to have enough courage to let him know he can’t play both sides of this. … If you say you’re going to be about something, let’s be about it.”
Stills was among the players who protested during the national anthem in 2016 when it was started by former 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick.
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