EXCLUSIVE: Rapper Ice-T Says Colin Kaepernick Should Have Called Him Before NFL Protest

Ice-T explains how President Trump played Colin Kaepernick and ruined his NFL career.

EXCLUSIVE: Rapper Ice-T Says Colin Kaepernick Should Have Called Him Before NFL Protest

EXCLUSIVE: Rapper Ice-T Says Kaepernick Needs To Find Another Job Thanks To President Trump

Ice-T explains how President Trump played Colin Kaepernick and ruined his NFL career.

Rap star Ice-T explains how Colin Kaepernick could have benefited from his advice since both men faced intensive backlash over protesting police brutality.

(AllHipHop News) After almost three years of being blackballed, former NFL player Colin Kaepernick is still unsigned.

The 31-year old was the first football player to take a knee during the United States national anthem in protest of police brutality and social injustice.

Like Kaepernick, Ice-T challenged police brutality and caused a nationwide uproar with his song "Cop Killer."

"I mean I would love to sit with Kap because I was attacked by the President..you know he dropped to his knee. I made a record called 'Cop Killer.' They wanted my motherf##king head," Ice-T told AllHipHop.com in an exclusive interview.

Many football enthusiasts are enraged by the breaking that President Trump interfered and urged owners not to rehire Kaepernick.

Rap star Ice-T, however, was not surprised and had Colin Kaepernick phoned him first, the former football star turned activist may not be in this predicament.

Ice-T sympathized with Colin Kaepernick and said the football player is a casualty of President Trump's unusual ability to spin a story.

"The spin is what fucked everything up. He hates America. He hates the troops. He hates the people dying. Our troops, Trump spun it. Oh, he hates all the young Gi's. N##ga I'm going to be talking about police and you talking about I hate America. S##t got f##ked up."

Ice was one of the first entertainers to feel the full fury of the U.S. government over "Cop Killer."

The 1992 song put the rapper in the crosshairs of President George Bush Sr., his Vice-President Al Gore and his wife Tipper, who ran an organization called the Parents Music Resource Center, which targeted musicians with explicit lyrics for censorship.

Ice-T was one of the first victims of the PMRC, which was responsible for those "Explicit Warning" stickers that used to adorn the CD covers of albums featuring mostly rap music.

President Bush, Vice President Dan Quayle, and the PMRC pressured Warner Brothers Records to drop Ice-T from the label after the controversy surrounding "Cop Killer."

To make matters worse, the lyrics to the song sparked rage around the world, and Ice-T was boycotted by the FBI, as well as national and local police.

Fortunately, Ice-T was able to put the "Cop Killer" controversy behind him and get his career back on track.

But the San Fransisco 49ers refused to rehire Colin Kaepernick and he has not been picked up by another NFL team since.

Now, sources are stating the order to blackball Colin Kaepernick came from none other than President Donald Trump himself.

The NFL owners are attempting to get involved with legalized gambling, and they need the President's backing to do it.

Owners were reportedly instructed to keep Kaepernick off of the field if they wanted to play ball with the President

According to Ice-T, Colin Kaepernick should have been ready for the backlash.

"See that's the thing. I knew if I did this, Warner ain't going to have my back. Nobody. I'm on my own," Ice-T said.

"This is, this is the price you pay [for protesting.] Later on life changes. You become vindicated and you get another job someplace else and you go down in history...I was going through this s##t before Kaepernick. I already know what happens if you protest, you're going to get hit. You hit, they're going gonna hit back. Brace yourself. That's all I'm f##king saying," Ice-T told AllHipHop.com.

As for Ice-T, the lifelong Raiders fan has no plans on boycotting the NFL.

"The NFL employs more motherf##king black millionaires than any other corporation in the f##king world. More than baseball. More than basketball. NFL got more n##gas on the payroll than any place, multi-time multimillionaires. Can't boycott the NFL. F##k are you doing?"

Check out a portion of Ice-T's interview with AllHipHop's Chuck "Jigsaw" Creekmur.

Comments (19)
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Spicoli
Spicoli

Then there’s the fact that the guy sucked at record levels for three years, couldn’t even remember his own playbook in his fifth season and was always a one read wonder. You should have someone that actually watched a football game write the article

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lizajames
lizajames

Nice job sir

shag11
shag11

I boycott the NFL, don't give a damned how many "black millionaires" they employ. Historically, it is the brothers who have taken a stand for change: Ali, John Carlos and Tommy Smith, John Carlos, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Spencer Haywood, Curt Flood, Jim Brown, and a others. I am sure Kaep would like to play, but I am see him crying in beer. Like many others, Ice doesn't understand how politics and legislation works. Trump has no control over any legislation, until it reaches his desk. Influence by lobbyist needs to work its way into legislation that is created and then passed by the House and then Senate, then a president can sign or veto. A president can do a few things by Executive Order, but not something as significant as allowing for sports gambling. Not understanding civics is why a brother said something in the gym the other, that I hear often, and is so far off base that it's ridiculous; "Obama didn't do shit!" Pres. Obama only had a Dem House and Senate for 2 of his 8 years, which is when we got Obamacare. After that, the Republicans fought everything hr did, including blocking his last Supreme Court nominee.

gary  alpha
gary alpha

Ha Ha Ha Ha !!!!!

The Black Truth
The Black Truth

White T And Others Should Not Be Calling Themselves Black . Since They're White-Worshippers...THEY Should Call Themselves Wack!!! Kap Has A #BlackStateOfMind And That's What Makes Him My Kind!!!
IF The NFL Had SO Many "Black Millionaires" THEN The NFL Would NOT Have Gotten Away With What THEY Did To Kap!!! IF You're Black Then You Stand (Or Kneel) With KAP!!!

Unclejemima
Unclejemima

Umm factual error. Vp Gore wasn’t under Bush 41. He was Clinton’s veep.

AlPoe
AlPoe

He's right on the fact that the NFL makes a lot of black millionaires they should pool their wealth to help some of yall don't comprehend politics or don't want to play your choice talking about his wife has no relevance

Returnofthebrotha
Returnofthebrotha

Ice-T is a senior citizen, a fake, whack rapper who was an actor first, then got into rap to get a career in entertainment. Fake gangsta! This white dude never had a white woman and the Mexican woman was blacker than he was.

caliman50
caliman50

ICE U DUN FELL OFF ONCE CO CO CHEATED AND BANGED THAT NIGGA IN VEGAS, ADMITTED IT THEN U TOOK HER BACK, simp ass