Sales of Colin Kaepernick’s 49ers jersey skyrocketed after the quarterback started his silent protest of racial inequality by kneeling during the national anthem.
But not all have been used to honor the player. One of his jerseys has been put to use as a doormat in Virginia Beach, where Krossroads Rock and Country Bar taped Kaepernick’s red No. 7 top to the floor.
James Perry, a Virginia Beach resident, posted a photo of the jersey on Facebook last weekend, calling it an act of racism.
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Parry berated the bar for villainizing Kaepernick, who he said is only exercising his free speech rights. Read more…
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