Well damn, is the NFL still pissed about the whole take-a-knee stand that Colin Kaepernick started? They are still salty, because apparently, the NFL and EA Sports pulled his name from YG's song, "Big Bank" that is featured on the game Madden 19. Both YG and Big Sean said they didn't approve of the removal of Kaepernick's name. It's almost like they censored the football player's name like it's a curse word. Big Sean and YG even expressed how pissed they were. YG sent an apology to Kaepernick and let him know he had nothing to do with the removal and YG even said he wants and is looking for an apology from the NFL and EA Sports soon. Big Sean displayed his disappointment on Twitter saying Kaepernick wasn't a curse but a gift. Of course there was going to be some heavy outpour. LA Times reports EA Sports has apologized for the mistake. Kaepernick's name isn't censored anymore.
It’s disappointing and appalling @NFL & @EA took @Kaepernick7’s name out of my verse on Big Bank for Madden 19, like it was a curse word. When he's not a curse, he's a gift! Nobody from my team approved any of this.— Sean Don (@BigSean) August 2, 2018