“The epitome of ignorance,” tweeted actor Daniel Bostic.
“The reason you have the freedom & capitalist system that allows
you to make $ is directly because of their skill & sacrifice!” wrote
musician Chris Loesch, who later demanded an apology.
Nsekhe, a second-year player out of Texas State, deleted the original tweet and offered an apology.
“I recognize the sacrifices these members make so that all American’s
can enjoy the freedoms our soldiers have afforded us,” he tweeted. “In
no way were my comments meant to demean the members of our armed
Nsekhe, a former St. Louis Ram, is now a free agent.
I hate football and football players. They believe that because they can put on a ridiculous looking uniform, throw a football and dodge other players, they're so damn awesome. Probably why so many of them commit crimes- they feel they are gods and above everyone and everything else.
I like football. It does take a certain level of athleticism that most people don't have to make it to the NFL, even for a short time. But even basic marksmanship takes more actual skill to learn than just running and tackling people, 2 year olds know how to do that. There is so much more involved in the military than just basic marksmanship, even in the infantry, which has one of the shortest AITs. (meaning the amount of time required to learn the skills required for the job).