Master P to Tomi Lahren On Kneeling: “If You Don’t Own Nothing Then You Gotta Play By The Rules”

by Krystal Franklin

November 1, 2017

Photo by John Sciulli/Getty Images for Politicon and Gabriel Olsen/FilmMagic

In an unlikely interview, conservative Tomi Lahren sat down with Master P to talk racism in America, Colin Kaepernick and more.

In the first part of the exclusive Fox News Insider series, the 47-year music mogul addressed the topic of NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem.

“I think what Kaep did, he expressed his opinion…the only way that what they believe in is really going to change is through ownership. If you don’t own nothing, you gotta play by the rules.”

And before you start questioning what the No Limit CEO owns, there’s his Global Mixed Gender Basketball League that he co-owns with  Tameka “Tiny” Harris. The league signed Lisa Leslie as head coach for one of its three teams and former NBA stars Metta World Peace and Glen “Big Baby” Davis are also players.

Of course social media had a field day with Master P’s decision to sit down with an obviously controversial figure in politics.

Earlier this month, Diddy shared the same thoughts of owning his own league.

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