Nike is facing a boycott from people angry over Colin Kaepernick being the face of the company’s latest campaign … and Titus O’Neil is attempting to make a positive out of the situation.
For those unaware, people have been cutting the Nike logo off their clothes and posting pics on social media due to the Kaepernick announcement. Singer John Rich joined in on the trend by tweeting a photo of a member of his band who had also cut the logo off his socks.
Now the former leader of Titus Worldwide is getting involved.
#BoycottNike folks,” O’Neil tweeted. “Instead of Burning/Trashing send whatever @Nike Gear you no longer want to me at this address — 2101 n Florida Ave, Tampa Fl 33602 — and I will partner with Metro Ministries and @HCSOSheriff @TampaPD and other agencies to distribute them 2those in need. Thx”
2101 n Florida Ave
Tampa Fl 33602
— Titus O'Neil (@TitusONeilWWE) September 4, 2018