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The girlfriend of Colin Kaepernick lashed out at the billionaire owner of the Baltimore Ravens as well as the team's former star linebacker Ray Lewis in the wake of recent statements the two men made about her beau.Nessa Diab, the MTV host and Hot 97 DJ who has dated Kaepernick, 29, for the past two years, compared Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti to a slave master and Lewis to one of his captives on Twitter after reports revealed they had hesitations about signing the football-playing free agent.Diab, 36, did this by stacking an image of Lewis hugging Bisciotti after the 2012 Super Bowl on top of a remarkably similar one from the film 'Django Unchained.'That still showed the sycophantic senior house slave Stephen (played by Samuel L.
Still, that was not enough for Bisciotti, who continued to belabor the point.'Quantify hurting the brand.I know that we're going to upset some people, and I know that we're going to make people happy that we stood up for somebody that has the right to do what he did.Non-violent protesting is something that we have all embraced,' said Bisciotti.'I don't like the way he did it.Personally, I kind of liked it a lot when he went from sitting to kneeling.I don't know, I'm Catholic, we spend a lot of time kneeling.'It is worth noting that this ethical conundrum and decision to gauge public opinion was not employed by the team or Bisciotti when Dante Stallworth was signed in 2010, coming off of a year suspension from league play and jail time as a result of a DUI manslaughter conviction.
Bisciotti and the Ravens did not reach out to fans either back in 2014 when they elected to keep Ray Rice on the team for seven months after the organization first became aware of video footage showing the running back knocking his fiancee Janay Palmer unconscious in an elevator.'Talk to your neighbors and your friends and your co-workers, because I think you'll get the same sense that I got, which is every time I hear something negative, I hear something positive and sometimes it shocks me who it's coming from,' said Biscotti last week at the fan event.'I hope we do what is best for the team and balance that with what's best for the fans.