Even in the latter years of his career, Tony Stewart’s style hasn’t sat well with some.
Stewart rarely lets the possible consequences stop him from sounding off on certain topics, and in the midst of the current controversy of Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem, Stewart chimed in on Twitter.
The NASCAR driver on Monday voiced his opinion of Kaepernick’s protest, and received a mixed response.
Soon, the 45-year-old found himself on the defensive, facing accusations of racism — which he seemed to find amusing.
Even with retirement looming, it doesn’t sound like “Smoke” is ready to take it easy.
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