Fidel Castro fan Colin Kaepernick had a BUMMER Sunday in Miami (VIDEO)


Fidel Castro fan Colin Kaepernick

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San Francisco 49ers quarterback and admitted Fidel Castro fan Colin Kaepernick had a really bad weekend. Just a couple of days after his hero Castro died at the age of 90, Kaepernick found himself in Miami for a game. Dolphins fans, however, were not happy to see him.

Perhaps it was serendipity, or even divine intervention, but Kaepernick could not have picked a worse place to go after Castro’s death. Many of the fans in Miami are of Cuban descent and have a personal connection to the atrocities Castro committed. WSVN.com reports:

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was booed at the beginning of Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins, days after he made controversial comments in defense of certain aspects of Fidel Castro’s regime.

The Dolphins defeated their West Coast foes 31-24, but the focus during the post-game press conference shifted to the white Malcolm X T-shirt Kaepernick was wearing, a reminder of another T-shirt he wore during a news conference in August showing a photo of the civil rights leader with Castro.

To add insult to injury, Kaepernick was flattened to end the game, as he tried to score the winning touchdown. Best part: he was tackled by Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso, whose family escaped the Castro regime in Cuba. Oh, irony. See for yourself.

Karma has a way of working things out, doesn’t it Kaepernick? You are the biggest dumbass in the NFL and play the part well. In addition, you suck as a QB and your stupid looking ‘fro’ looks like an over-sized flea apartment.

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Go home to your Mommy…


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