Diddy: Rapper wants to purchase the NFL

Diddy Weighs In on NFL National Anthem Controversy: 'Sell Me the NFL Now'

Diddy offers to buy NFL in Twitter rant defending protesting players

Have a retirement plan.

Diddy wants to buy the NFL.

He went on, "New dream alert!"

- Sean Diddy Combs (@diddy) October 11, 2017 A league where you can be yourself.

The rapper began his Twitter exposé on Tuesday by commenting on a Keith Boykin tweet. "Have the freedom to be a great homan and protest for your people without being demonized for your beliefs as a king!"

He concluded his pitch with a final declaration: "SELL ME THE NFL NOW!"

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I've done pre-season with Gladbach, I feel good and ready, I'm just waiting for my opportunity. If it was anyone else keeping in that situation, nobody would say it was a penalty.

The star feels strongly about athletes being allowed to express themselves by kneeling during the US national anthem if they so desire, and was incensed by reports this week (begs09Oct17) suggesting NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had sent a memo to all team owners encouraging them to have their players and staff stand for the pre-game ceremony.

Diddy, 47, has been vocal about his support for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and NFL players now protesting during the national anthem.

Of course, despite his zealousness for giving the league a makeover, Diddy would never be able to purchase the entire NFL. Could ownership of the NFL or another league be next on the horizon for the Bad Boy honcho?

It is unknown how one would go about purchasing the National Football League, as each team is owned individually.

Diddy's net worth is $820 million, according to Forbes. Jones stated that any player who kneeled Colin Kaepernick-style, in protest of police violence against black people and "disrespected the flag" couldn't play. Many additional players took part in the protest on the first Sunday after Trump's remarks. "The commissioner and the owners do want the players to stand".

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