Is anything more guaranteed in life than “when Colin Kaepernick does something selfless, dozens of morons will criticize him no matter what?” That’s exactly what happened yesterday when a story about Kaepernick handing out suits to recent parolees made the rounds online.
Colin Kaepernick is handing out suits outside New York parole offices. 👏
(📷: 100suits/Instagram) pic.twitter.com/VKVriyjek6
— SB Nation (@SBNation) May 1, 2017
The responses, for the most part, were positive. Colin’s act of charity, however, did generate its fair share of unbelievably stupid takes. Here are a few of them:
Giving suits to convicted felons…anything to Truro stay relevant I guess!!!
— L.J. Rivers (@LJRivers1) May 1, 2017
#kapernick should have used his millions for the inner city, instead of paying for race riots that do NOTHING. Big Dummy.
— Keasmom (@Keasmom) May 2, 2017
He is literally handing out suits to people in the inner city. Also, how do you pay for race riots? I’m interested in donating to the cause.
Nobody cares PUBLICITY stunt fur sure bruh
— MJR (@imapoetatheart) May 1, 2017
“He’s just doing it for attention,” says man with shirtless profile picture.
The man who betrayed the country who made him 50m in the NFL is giving some of his old suits when he should be giving money to the needy.
— Leo (@Leoknowsbetter) May 2, 2017
He should be doing stuff to help the needy.
[Colin Kaepernick does stuff to help the needy]
Uh, I meant different stuff.
Because he's handing out suits to criminals and not veterans/wounded warriors, the homeless, the disabled etc….that's why #yourewelcome
— Dani (@hey_dani_hey) May 2, 2017
Just say he shouldn’t be handing out suits to black people. Just say it. You know you want to.
Rather than welcome parolees back into society with a new suit, why not invest that money in youth programs to keep kids OUT of prison?
— GetBZLivin (@deejayinCV) May 2, 2017
Rather than this one act of charity, why doesn’t he perform this other act of charity instead? Hm? Check and mate.
If Obama was still in office they would have handouts of money to go along with free suits .
— Chris (@cdavis248) May 2, 2017
This is actually a bad thing, and it’s also somehow Obama’s fault.
Looks like hes trying to rehab his reputation. I'll remain silent
— Mary Catherine (@ITF_TKDblkbelt) May 2, 2017
[Offers terrible take on situation]
I will not offer a terrible take on this situation.
Shouldn't be too much longer before you see him (@Kaepernick7) standing in a soup line! Serves him right… POS!
— Right Biker (@Right_Biker66) May 2, 2017
This guy deserves to starve because he kneeled down during a song I like. People are wonderful.