Stephen A. Smith Gets Infuriated, Calls Colin Kaepernick A Hypocrite For Not Voting

Stephen A. Smith went bonkers during an over-the-air interview on ESPN’s First Take.

What had him riled up? Colin Kaepernick admitted that he didn’t exercise his right to vote in yesterday’s historic presidential election. He has long been shining a spotlight on the injustices present in America and allegedly standing up for the oppressed by protesting the national anthem, yet he didn’t find the need to vote for one of the most important elections in recent history?

Stephen A. didn’t hold anything back when asked if Kaepernick’s actions, or lack there of, betrayed his cause.

Check out the ridiculously passionate response below:


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