The heartfelt statement comes as several stars like Cardi B, Amy Schumer, and LeBron James have publically shared their support for Kaepernick leading up to the Super Bowl, taking issue with the NFL's handling of the 31-year-old's activism.
She added that learning to forgive and forget is a key focus for herself and American football player Brady: 'I think it's important to always keep the communication also loving and respectful and current. However, they've shown no indication that they plan to get political during their performance.
"He really wants to go to the Super Bowl, but he can't go to the Super Bowl, because he's got to stand for something".
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NFL players joined Kaepernick after he took a knee in 2016 during the national anthem to protest racial injustice.
Williams took to Instagram on Saturday to announce his intention to paint seven (Kaepernick's jersey number) murals of Kaepernick around town on Super Bowl Sunday, inviting other artists to take part and asking for local businesses to donate wall space. So I'm in the position where I can do that and I'm going to do that for people that can't.
Instead of playing at the Super Bowl, Cardi B performed at a concert Saturday night and will host a party tonight. "I spoke to many people, most importantly though, I silenced all the noise and listened to myself, and made my decision about how I felt".
The rapper told the publication that she hopes Kaepernick's influence will create "positive change", under Donald Trump's administration.