Rapper Freddie Gibbs made it clear that he was in support of Jay-Z and his partnership with the NFL.

In a video message, Gibbs said, “I’m riding for Jay-Z straight up man, F**ck Colin Kaepernick.”

“All yall ni***s marched for Colin Kaepernick and he took a settlement and they didn’t tell y’all what he got or nothing,” Gibbs continued.

In subsequent updates to his Stories still live as of Monday afternoon, Gibbs explained he hoped Kaepernick understood that saying “fuck him” wasn’t intended to be as harsh as it sounds.

“I wake up in the morning and tell my best friend ‘Fuck you,'” Gibbs said. “I think I told my daddy ‘Fuck you’ the other day. Don’t be hurt by that. But I mean what I said about that other shit . . . My word is bond. For all you little internet trolls, you can keep tweeting and keep chirping and all that old fuckshit. Ain’t nobody gon’ beat my ass.”

Gibbs followed up that message by tweeting he and Jemele Hill “just had a dope conversation… that was very enlightening.” It’s unclear if the talk was done to be released publicly (on, say, Hill’s Unbothered podcast) or a private conversation regarding JAY-Z, Colin Kaepernick, and the NFL. Hill responded by saying she “felt equally enlightened.”

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