[APPLAUSE] [MUSIC] What's up? What up nig? You in front you a friend of mine. Stand for what? You want me to stand for a song that continues to remind me of all the harms that have done us wrong? Stand for what? For your Army that none of our sons truly belong? Stand for what? The hundred years it took them to convince Congress to become the anthem after 40 failed attempts? Stand for what? Your forefathers who are really just pimps? Stand for what? A song about war, not freedom. That's how you wanna lead them? Brainwashing your people. That's how you wanna treat them? Slave masters whips the cops nightsticks that's how you continue to beat them. Stand for what? The beginning of slavery in 1619, or the end of those black marines of 1814? That's really what the lyrics are about. They may have taken the word slave out, but they forgot to remove the slave connotations from their brains and their mouth. The mentality to make American greater than your imagination is how you pout. Hating because we burn down their white house. Gave proof to the night that his lights out, to that old elitist white supremacy thinking, drunk off their **** with power at baseball games, singing and drinking. Man, stand for what? Stand for something, or fall for dumb ****. Stand for what? To salute the red, white, and blue on a flag where my color's not reflected? Stand for what, to uphold laws that were embedded to have my community negatively affected? Stand for what? Your racist systemic melodies are mind manipulating rhetoric. Did you know that the government pays sports organizations for plays to make people more patriotic? This MK ultra soul control needs to stop it. I can still love my country and hate that **** up song about rockets and bombs bursting in air. Reminds me of Charlottesville's vicious glare And police shootings with no care. Like the dash cameras wasn't there. Stand for what? Monuments and statues of old slave masters? Constant reminders our our nation's disasters? The heroes in Houston, the doctors, the poets, the pastors. That's who I wanna shape our greatness after. I honor and respect our men and women who've served us. But we've been taught to idolize wars without purpose. The majority of our military's casualties are all minority soldiers. So let's make statues for those warriors because they surely deserve it. But Mt. Rushmore was built by the Ku Klux Klan so why in the **** should I have respect for those men? Damn. This not my country, and it's not yours either. Go back to Africa? I wish we never had to leave it. But the entire world is our neighborhood. So why do we perceive certain blocks to be bad and other blocks to be good? Instead of glorifying the past, we gotta focus on the future. **** Gregory warned me if you speak up, they probably gonna shoot you. But I shout for his eternal voice along with Martin, Malcolm, and Marcus Garvey, and I march wholeheartedly for their legacy, because I'll say it loud as you can see **** Francis Scott Key and General Robert E Lee. They don't represent me, and neither do either of these hypocritical political parties. I am a native of the cosmic and universal God energy. Even though the Constitution really don't apply to me, I'll try to exercise my freedom of speech, so you can tell them you heard it from me. Yeah, I said it. Brutality, historic fallacy, and all war is wrong. And so is that **** song. It's been way too long. It's time to make a change an acknowledge that your home of the brave was built on the back of a slave. So bowing down to a true king is the only way to let freedom ring. Stand for what? I aint standing for **** except Kaepernick. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND] It's incredible!
A University of Nevada, Reno cop who thought celebrating Halloween in a racist Colin Kaepernick costume would be a great idea found out just how wrong he was, and quickly.
Officer Antonio Gutierrez, who’s employed at the school Kaepernick once attended, donned a wig, fake nose, and painted on black beard with a homemade 49ers jersey and a “will stand for food” sign, to a party over the weekend.
One Twitter user posted a picture of Gutierrez in his tasteless costume, accompanied by the message, “Hey @unevadareno! one of your officers, Antonio Gutierrez, decided to go as a racist portrayal of #Kaep last night.…” The profile was later set to private, but not before the photo made its rounds on the social media circuit. Instagram photos of the costume also surfaced.
In response, the University of Nevada, Reno, police department apologized for the officer’s actions.
“For those who have seen the Halloween costume of one of our officers apparently mocking a citizen who has chosen to take advantage of his constitutional right to protest, I offer my sincere apologies,”UNR Police Chief Adam Garcia said in a statement. “Members of our profession are held to a higher standard and denigrating another — on or off duty — is insensitive for its lack of respect and lack understanding on how others may negatively view their actions and may be impacted.”
Though the department condemned the actions of their officer, the school said that Gutierrez would not face disciplinary action. UNR spokeswoman Kerri Garcia told the Reno Gazette Journal that though the officer’s decision was “insensitive and inappropriate,” the college does not have a policy that would dictate disciplinary action.
The incident comes on the heels of a complaint filed by a UNR graduate student who claims that the same police department exhibited threatening behavior during a routine traffic stop.