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Jason Whitlock: Trademark Proves Colin Kaepernick is a Corporate Brand, Not a Revolutionary

Do you support Colin Kaepernick? Do you believe in what he stands for? Jason Whitlock takes a hatchet to the idea that Kaepernick can even begin to step into the shoes of former civil rights leaders from a bygone era.

According to ESPN, Kaepernick’s company, Inked Flash, filed for an application to trademark his face and hair last week with the goal of using his image on a variety of products, such as shampoo, hairspray and jewelry.

Do you think that Colin Kaepernick’s corporate support alongside his efforts to capitalize off of his likeness and image make him any less credible as a revolutionary? Personally, I don’t think it makes him any less sincere, but he’s definitely not someone whose beat I’ll be marching to. Let us know what you think in the comments.

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