Rapper, entrepreneur, actor, and record producer, Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs has done it all. And he thinks he knows exactly how to fix the problems in the NFL.
I mean, how many times have you said, ‘Gee, I wonder what Puff Daddy thinks of the state of the NFL these days?‘
Don’t you just lay awake at night pondering, ‘What are the positions on various political and social issues held by has-been celebrities?‘
That’s obviously what they think you’re doing.
Puff Daddy Sean John Puffy P. Diddy Diddy Swag Puffy Combs Sean Combs is a man of a thousand names and a handful of talents, but he has managed to figure out how to solve all of the problems in the NFL in one word —
I swear I’m not making this up.
Check out the tweets:
Where, oh, where to begin…
So, lemme get this straight…
The plan here is to have a separate league just for black players?
Is he serious?
That wouldn’t fly, would it?
Would that also mean that the NFL is going to be a white-only league?
Somehow I don’t think that would fly, either.
And Puffy is apparently also concerned that these NFL players don’t have a retirement plan on their average salary of $1.9M per year.
If you make nearly $2 million annually and you don’t have a retirement plan, that’s totally on you.
And that whole ‘Kings’ statement — let’s not even go there.
Of course, bro with a million names was eviscerated on social media:
Thank goodness NFL players may finally earn a living wage! We little people out here are so relieved! Poor multi-millionaires!
— Sarajane Winchester (@swinches1) October 11, 2017
I thought making 30 to 40 million dollars would be enough to make your own retirement plan
— Jeff (@12voltman60) October 11, 2017
Look, someone else had problems with that ‘kings’ statement:
At least one person saw it for what it was:
I'm sorry… but aren't you actually advocating for segregation? How will this help race relations? pic.twitter.com/6OlhZ9m7s5
— MrsKnowItAll (@TheMrsKnowItAll) October 11, 2017
And this perfect response:
— Josh Dodge (@j_dodge1090) October 11, 2017
He also had a number of supporters for his asinine idea, but none of them acknowledged it as the call for segregation that it is.
Dain Bramage, I tell you.
Perhaps he’s been consulting with LeBron on the ‘issues’.
Lord, help us.
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