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A recent meeting between the commissioner Roger Goodell, Jay-Z, and members of the media has leaked and in the audio, you can hear Charlamagne Tha God asking Hov the tough questions.

From the start of the meeting, Charlamagne wanted one thing answered from Jay-Z. He wanted to know why he would sign a deal with the NFL with Kaep still out of work. That’s a question that J. Cole, who recently voiced his support for the quarterback, would likely love to ask himself. Jay responded to the host of The Breakfast Club by bringing up Colin’s original goal in kneeling during the Anthem. “To take it back, I think that we forget that Colin’s whole thing was to bring attention to social injustice, right?” asked Jay in return. “In that case, this is a success. This is the next thing.”

As a follow-up question, Hov was asked if he would kneel or stand before the game kicked off and he noted that he believes we’re far past that point. Jay was then asked if he believes players should stop protesting, to which he responded that he believes they should have the right to peacefully protest if they choose. However, he thinks that it’s time to take action and he hopes to actually create change in the league and the world with his partnership. what do you think of Jay-z’s Nfl Deal?

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