See Kaepernick’s CELEBRITY GIRLFRIEND Many Credit For His Recent PROTEST!

Posted On : September 4, 2016

NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, has been sparking a lot of much needed conversation as of late, with his actions -that have been reminiscent of the old school civil rights era- protesting racial inequality, police brutality, and injustices for military veterans in America. Now word is getting around about his celebrity girlfriend, who many have said is the one behind his anti-oppression protests…


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Colin Kaepernick's girlfriend, Nessa Diab, who is of Eqyptian African decent, has been credited with having a great influence on Kaepernick's awakening about many social injustices. In fact, they kind of sound like the modern day Muhammad Ali and his then-wife, Khalilah Ali, who says it was she who encouraged Ali to protest the Vietnam War draft.

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Blogger, Terez Owens, reported: "We’re now hearing that it was actually his girlfriend Nessa’s idea for Colin to protest. Colin and his girlfriend, Nessa Diab, an MTV DJ, are still planning an Islamic-style wedding.”

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Fox News also claimed that Colin's “conversion to social activism” didn't began until after he began dating Nessa Diab who they said has “frequently spoken about perceived racial injustices and ‘Islamaphobia’ in the U.S.”

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"This is something that is important and I think that we should use this to have open dialogue and take steps to make this country a better place to live in. [...] Colin truly feels this. He lives this and it's from his heart. That's what makes this so beautiful. This wasn't pre-planned. Being a good person is in your soul. When someone asks you how you feel about tragedies that are going on, you have to be honest," explained Nessa.

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