What Colin Kaepernick’s Twitter usage tells us about him

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Talib Kweli Greene, a rapper who has used the racial epithet “coon’’ to attack African Americans he thinks are harming the black community, said he wants to thank Colin Kaepernick for following his Twitter account.

“Following me is a brave choice,’’ said Greene, who has branded conservative politician Ben Carson and Breitbart reporter Jerome Hudson as coons. “Twitter every once in a while will email me and be like, ‘You have to erase that.’

“I say things football players can’t say, you know what I’m saying?’’

Kaepernick, by contrast, is saying very little these days.

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Article source: https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2017/10/10/what-colin-kaepernicks-twitter-usage-us-him/747748001/

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