The ex-NFL quarterback said the league is engaged in performative activism while no team signs fellow protester and free agent Eric Reid.
The former Carolina Panthers safety referenced Colin Kaepernick's status in the league, writing, “I think you meant Blackball Tuesday.”
"At this point, I’ll believe when I see it," Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid, a friend of the quarterback, told reporters.
The Carolina Panthers safety joins others who've asked why the former 49ers quarterback hasn't been called back to pro football.
The activist also thanked his friend Eric Reid amid recent news of Jay-Z's partnership with the NFL: "You never turned your back on me or the people."
MTV host Nessa Diab, who is in a relationship with the former 49ers quarterback, said the partnership gives her feelings of "disgust" and "disappointment."
Carolina Panthers safety and activist Eric Reid joined a chorus of Twitter users questioning the partnership, calling it "disingenuous."
Amnesty International has named Colin Kaepernick Ambassador of Conscience for his fight for racial equality. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback began kneeling during the national anthem in protest of racial injustice and police brutality.
Colin Kaepernick’s peaceful protest launched a season of epic resistance for NFL players.
Even though Colin Kaepernick didn’t play football this season, his peaceful protest was still very much a part of the NFL’s season of epic resistance.