Music mogul Russell Simmons is not biting his tongue. The hip-hop executive has come forward to share his thoughts on this Sunday’s public protests against President Donald Trump.

Simmons hit up Twitter Sunday (September 24) to speak up on NFL players kneeling and locking arms in protest of Trump.

Earlier today, the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars protested the National Anthem ahead of their London game.

Along with kneeling, a grip of players also locked arms during the televised moment.

Almost all of the Jags’ on-field and sideline personnel could be seen locking arms during the American national anthem, including owner Shad Khan. Some players stood while others knelt. Footage showed several Ravens kneeling for the anthem penned in their hometown as well. (Fox News Insider)

Yesterday, Oakland Athletics’ Bruce Maxwell became the first MLB player to kneel during the National Anthem.

The product of a military family, Maxwell placed his hand on his heart and faced the flag during the anthem while taking a knee before the game against Texas. Teammate Mark Canha placed his hand on Maxwell’s shoulder. (SF Gate)