Nike's full announcement of Colin Kaepernick, which triggered the revealed controversy

& # 39; If you're a Compton girl, do not become a tennis player, do not become the best athlete of all time & # 39; like a powerful clip by Serena Williams that plays her celebration of a triumph at the US Open 2015

The full announcement of Nike, which presents controversially to former NFL star Colin Kaepernick, has been revealed with exalted inspired athletes and their fight stories.

The full announcement, which lasts just over two minutes, opens with the voice of Kaepernick that says: "If people say that your dreams are crazy, if they laugh at what you think you can do, fine". Keep it that way. & # 39;

The ad features "a girl from Compton" who shows a young Serena Williams, with the controversial former NFL star, saying: "Do not become a tennis player, but the best athlete."

A powerful clip of Serena celebrating her victory at the 2015 US Open is shown with Kaepernick's voice saying, "Yes, that's more like that."

& # 39; If you're a Compton girl, do not become a tennis player, do not become the best athlete of all time & # 39; like a powerful clip by Serena Williams that plays her celebration of a triumph at the US Open 2015

& # 39; If you're a Compton girl, do not become a tennis player, do not become the best athlete of all time & # 39; like a powerful clip by Serena Williams that plays her celebration of a triumph at the US Open 2015

The first NFL star, who just signed with Seattle Seahawks, Shaquem Griffin, is played during the emotional and inspiring announcement of Nike.

The first NFL star, who just signed with Seattle Seahawks, Shaquem Griffin, is played during the emotional and inspiring announcement of Nike.

The first NFL star, who just signed with Seattle Seahawks, Shaquem Griffin, is played during the emotional and inspiring announcement of Nike.

Do not settle for the Home Queen, or the linebacker, do both of those & # 39; like a clip from Alicia Woollcott who did that last year at her Michigan high school, she plays

Do not settle for the Home Queen, or the linebacker, do both of those & # 39; like a clip from Alicia Woollcott who did that last year at her Michigan high school, she plays

Alicia Woolcott

Alicia Woolcott

Do not settle for the Home Queen, or the linebacker, do both of those & # 39; Like a clip from Alicia Woollcott (pictured) who did that last year at her Michigan high school, she plays

Kaepernick implores "Do not become the best basketball player on the planet, be bigger than basketball", with a clip of NBA star Lebron James opening his school & # 39; I Promise & # 39; ;

"When they talk about the best team in sports history, make sure it's your team," he says as a clip from the US Women's Soccer Team. UU., The most successful international women's team of all time, celebrates a victory.

Usain Bolt is shown, while Kaepernick says: "Do not try to become the fastest runner in your school, or the fastest in the world, be the fastest."

The ad also features several athletes with disabilities, the first is a legless young man and a girl playing basketball in a wheelchair at the beginning, and later it is the new Seattle Seahawks' selection, Shaquem Griffin, the first player of the NFL in having only one hand.

The announcement concludes with Kaepernick saying: "Then do not ask if your dreams are crazy, ask if they are crazy enough."

The legend at the end flashes & # 39; It's just crazy until you do it. Just do it. & # 39;

When the advertising of Nike and Kaerpernick was first revealed with a gesture and a legend that said: "Believe in something, even if that means sacrificing everything", the people who were enraged by the former NFL star who started the protests They took the social networks and said they were boycotting the brand.

Some even went as far as burning their own Nike team and sharing images of him on social networks.

John Rich, half of the country band Big & Rich, said his sound technician, a former sailor, had cut the famous Swoosh logo from his socks.

Veterans organization Vote Vets urged critics to donate their items instead of burning them.

Even President Trump, who is the most eloquent critic of the NFL protests that have continued beyond the departure of Kaepernick from the San Francisco 49ers, took to Twitter and lashed out at Nike on Wednesday.

"Just like in the NFL, whose rankings have DOWN, Nike is being killed with fury and boycotts, I wonder if they had any idea that it would be this way? As far as the NFL is concerned, I find it hard to look, and always I will do it, until you represent the FLAG. " Trump screamed.

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