Charlamagne Tha God Blast Kaepernick’s Letter Begging To Work In ‘Racist Plantation’

Radio host Charlamagne Tha God of The Breakfast Club blasted Colin Kaepernick after the woke out-of-work quarterback sent a letter to Jets General Manager Joe Douglas begging for a job. 

Following Jet’s Aaron Rodgers season-ending injury, Kaepernick wrote a letter to Douglas begging to replace the injured star. 

“I know that there are currently depth issues at the position, and I’ve heard that the back-up spot is likely to be filled by a veteran Quarterback,” Kaepernick wrote. “As much as I would love the opportunity to fill that spot, I’m writing you in hopes that you can imagine a much different approach involving me; I would be honored and extremely grateful for the opportunity to come in and lead the practice squad. I would do this with the sole mission of getting your defense ready each week. If I were able to fill this role for the team, I believe this allows for multiple things.” 

News of Kaepernick’s letter angered Charlamagne, who criticized the woke quarterback for begging for a job in the NFL, a league that Kaepernick called “racist” and compared to a “plantation.”

“I wish that letter was never written,” the radio host said. “That letter was tragically sad and downright pathetic. Colin Kaepernick has let his setback become his identity, and I hate that for him. It pains to see that man still begging to be in a league that he called racist and he compared to a plantation. And I hate that he can never speak for himself. He always got somebody else speaking for him or putting out his message for him. That’s so wack to me. I wish Colin the best in all his endeavors but just begging these same people you called racist for an opportunity is pitiful.”