Rap veteran Nas is still pushing through for the kneeling movement. The hip-hop veteran has announced the launch of police brutality awareness sweaters.

Yesterday (November 22), Nasty Nas announced his line of Kneeling Santa Christmas gear.

Back in September, NBA star Iman Shumpert revealed what action he would take instead of kneeling to promote social injustice awareness.

Take a good look at my daughter Iman Tayla Shumpert Jr. The moment she was born was the day I saw the world a lot different. All day I wonder how can I raise her the right way and teach her the right lessons. I can't explain to her what's going on these days between the badge and the people. The badge was made to protect us, not scare us. #stealthefear #steal🔓fear #weprayforpeace For each steal I’m going to donate money and time towards a foundation(s) striding to improve the struggle between the badge and the citizen. I challenge all sponsors and athletes to match these proceeds to contribute to the cause helping families affected by all the killings leaving families and communities traumatized. As big as an awareness Kap has raised by taking a knee and the bravery it took for so many to follow I also understand those that fought for that flag have nothing to do with whats going on in our society today and I no longer believe taking a knee is the answer. This news makes me sick and I am challenging myself to make a difference! #stealthefear #steal🔓fear #weprayforpeace

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Recently, Miami Heat fanatic Rick Ross revealed his interest in talking to NFL star Colin Kaepernick, who started the kneeling trend, on Instagram.


A few days prior, fellow Southern rapper Killer Mike saluted Kaepernick for protesting the national anthem at an NFL game.