Bad Boy Records CEO Diddy is down for Colin Kaepernick‘s cause. The hip-hop mogul linked up with the Black Lives Matter activist this week and shared the encounter.

Puff Daddy went to Instagram Thursday (November 23) with a pic of himself alongside Kaep.

Earlier this month, longtime Diddy pal Nas showed Colin some social media attention.

@bevel Two cool fellows [email protected] x @kaepernick7 Salute

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This month, a slew of hip-hop artists co-signed Kaepernick’s GQ Magazine cover.

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A few weeks ago, music mogul JAY-Z spoke up for people like Kaepernick and other NFL athlete protesting the National Anthem.

Jay-Z stopped down his 4:44 Tour concert Sunday night in Miami to explain why he’s thrown his support behind NFL player protests — and also to take a shot at his haters. On Veterans Day weekend … Jay directly addressed critics who say the movement started by Colin Kaepernick is an insult to the U.S. flag and military. His point was those critics are twisting the message, which is really “about justice and injustice” … regardless of race. (TMZ)