After a hell of a year with BLM protests and riots breaking out and a racially divisive Presidential Election that led to an attempted siege of the nation’s capital, Colin figured he would fall back and make a brand new production, but it looks like it’s being met with resistance.
According to new reports, the production for Colin Kaepernick’s story — Colin in Black and White — has been threatened in a memo sent by anti-Black Lives Matter protesters such as the Proud Boys (groups affiliated with those who invaded the capital).
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The memo included anti-BLM sentiments with threats to “protest against the production.”
Executives of the Netflix mini-series are now taking extra security measures to protect cast and crew members after receiving the Proud Boys threat.
The far-right group was reportedly planning to protest last Friday at the production shoot. Two production assistants also claimed that a suspicious phone call was made to the production office.
He would grow up to play in the Super Bowl and realize you never stop fighting for your dreams.
She would grow up to tell stories that matter to millions.
From @Kaepernick7 & @ava, the dramatic scripted series Colin In Black & White follows the H.S. years of Colin Kaepernick. pic.twitter.com/eb75RkuW2H
— Netflix (@netflix) June 29, 2020