Dear GQ: You are trolling the poor guy, aren’t you?

So GQ made Unemployed Quarterback Because He Sucks its “Citizen of the Year. My question to the editors is:

Why is he dressed like a heroin pusher from 42nd Street in NY back in the late 70s & early 80s?

This was the same get up I saw street-level dealers wear back in NYC when I went in 1981.

If somebody were to be a bit of an asshole, it can be argued that the editors of GQ engaged in a bit of Blaxploitation to get numbers and clicks going.

Once again it is the White Man abusing the Black Brothers to cash in!  😀

2 Replies to “Dear GQ: You are trolling the poor guy, aren’t you?”

  1. It’s his make-believe role play that he’s a bad-adz late 60’s proper Black Panther Radical scarin’ all the white folks and ready to fight for the Revolution on the Streets.

    He’s just another petty, privileged, little spoiled child of modern sportsball entertainment.

  2. Heard an oldie from Billy Joel the other day. Angry Young Man, and it summed up Kaepernick to a T:

    There’s a place in the world for the angry young man
    With his working class ties and his radical plans
    He refuses to bend he refuses to crawl
    And he’s always at home with his back to the wall
    And he’s proud of his scars and the battles he’s lost
    And struggles and bleeds as he hangs on his cross
    And likes to be known as the angry young man

    Give a moment or two to the angry young man
    With his foot in his mouth and his heart in his hand
    He’s been stabbed in the back he’s been misunderstood
    It’s a comfort to know his intentions are good
    And he sits in his room with a lock on the door
    With his maps and his medals laid out on the floor
    And he likes to be known as the angry young man

    Full lyrics here:

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