Diddy Drops NFL Ownership Interest: “I don’t want to oppress black men.”


Good news. Negro hip hop artist Sean “Diddy” Combs did not win with his bid to buy the Carolina Panthers NFL football team.

More good news. He’s no longer interested in owning an NFL team.

As an owner, he claims he would have to “oppress black men” because of the NFL’s new wimpy policy on player behavior during the playing of the National Anthem.

Only the sacred Negro gods would claim that a million dollar a year salary and fan adulation is oppression when it’s combined with a requirement to behave just a little during the three hours a week you’re in the stadium.


New York Post

A jovial radio conversation with Sean “Diddy” Combs and his son quickly turned serious when the hip-hop icon was asked about the NFL’s new national anthem policy.

It’s a topic that’s close to home after Diddy was in the running for assuming ownership of the Panthers, which ultimately went to winning bidder and hedge fund manager David Tepper for roughly $2.2 billion. Diddy, though an NFL fan, said he has no plans to repeat the process with another team after the league announced a rule change in which players would be fined if they did not stand for the national anthem this season. They also have the option of staying in the locker room during the song.

“I was one of the two last bids for the Panthers,” Diddy said during an interview with BigBoyTV on Thursday, followed by a drawn-out sigh. “Man, I really wanted to go in there and be a part of the NFL and try to be a positive change. This last move, though, I don’t even want to own an NFL team no more.

“I don’t want to be associated with oppressing black men. I don’t want to be associated with telling grown-ass men what they can do and cannot do.”

Diddy’s reaction to the policy echoes the feelings of a number of NFL players who have spoken out against the league’s handling of the protests, which started with now-inactive quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the anthem in 2016 as a protest against racial injustice in America. The prevailing sentiment among those who disagree with the policy is that it will continue to divide the league.

Despite the recent divisive incidents, Diddy offered optimism. The 48-year-old said he would support the players who continue to protest, referencing Muhammad Ali’s stand against the Vietnam War draft and Jim Brown’s civil rights activism in their time.

“All the NFL players, they’re in a messed-up position, but this is a defining time,” Diddy said, “and if Ali and them was able to do it and Jim Brown was able to do it, if ya’ll stick together, they can’t break you.

Guess what Piddly brain. We don’t care.

4 thoughts on “Diddy Drops NFL Ownership Interest: “I don’t want to oppress black men.”

  1. You know, I was a vegetarian for some years while simultaneously working in a restaurant. But, since I was not the business’ owner, I never once thought I had the right to refuse to prepare or serve a dish with meat in it. Why these players think they have the right to make personal political statements while on the job utterly escapes me. And there’s nothing stopping Diddy from buying a team and then paying his players’ fines. Except, maybe, his accountants.

  2. I’ll care about their “oppression” and their “messed up position” as soon as they make less money than I do. In other words “Hey you morons,you are getting paid to play a child’s game. SHUT THE F UP.”

  3. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Muh Oppression!!! Go work delivering pizzas or cleaning cheap hotel rooms. How about picking fruit? Give me a break! Millions of dollar$ for playing a game. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!
    Another rich black talking about oppression. If it’s so oppressing how did you make it Diddy? Like Oprah they scream racism and oppression, yet their success clearly indicates the opposite. If they were anywhere else in the world would they have been as rich and successful? I doubt it. Just virtue signalling the flavour of the moment.

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