Efforts to sabotage Colin Kaepernick‘s quest to end brutality against black people have fallen flat once again.
Powered by the people, the athlete’s efforts were amplified by Nike who joined him on his journey and have now been backed by the Pop megastar Rihanna who rejected an offer to perform at the ‘Super Bowl’ to send a message to his enemies at the National Football League.
Today, fans have learned that the ‘Stand Up’ singer is in it for the long-run.
Cool news below…
‘The Metro‘ newspaper reports that Rihanna, inspired by Colin’s bravery and commitment to fairness, is planning to honour his work with some kind of collaboration.
Their source revealed…
Colin was overwhelmed when he found out Rihanna turned down the Super Bowl to stand with him in his protest against anti-black violence and injustices. He’d heard a little while before the rest of the world did and since then they’ve been speaking regularly and have decided to work on something related to social justice reform. ‘They’re both leaders in their lanes and believe they have the power to inspire positive change in a fun and powerful way.
Rihanna’s decision to step away from the Super Bowl slot brought on calls for her peers to do the same in support of Kaepernick.
Set to rock out at next year’s show? Maroon 5 and their ‘Girls Like You’ collaborator Cardi B who is said to be working with the NFL to nab a solo set for herself.