Michael Vick Is 'Truly Sorry' for Telling Colin Kaepernick to Cut His Hair but People Aren't Trying to Hear It
Michael Vick got thoroughly destroyed earlier this week for telling Colin Kaepernick to "cut his hair" in order to "be presentable" and land another quarterback job in the NFL.
The dragging got so severe that Vick backtracked via a tweet the very next day, but the damage from his original statement had been done.
Still, the remorseful retired NFL QB apologized yet again while on the Dan Patrick Show yesterday, saying he's "truly sorry" for his remarks about Kaepernick.
“What I said [about Kaepernick needing to cut his hair], I should have never said,” Vick said. “I think it was taken out of context in regards to what I was trying to convey, but I only want to help Colin Kaepernick. I’m not a general manager, I’m not the guy who makes the decisions on getting him signed, and I’m truly sorry for what I said. I think I should have used a better choice of words.”
Guess what, though? People still aren't trying to hear it, Mike, and they're letting you know in full force with these zero-chill reactions. Sorry, Mike, you did this to yourself.
Here's How Michael Vick profusely apologized for his comments about Colin Kaepernick's hair
Too bad for him that people weren't trying to hear it.
People instantly hit him with the 'OK' from Jay-Z's 'The Story of O.J.' track
You walked into this, Mike.
And they hit him with the Michael Jordan crying face
Sorry not sorry.
Others suggested that the backlash Vick received from his original statement is the only reason why he apologized
Do you agree?
In other words, go on and get out of here, bruh!
People also used Vick's attempt to drag Jason Whitlock, whose FS1 show aired Mike's comments
Yeah, we'd call this a sack and loss for yards for both Mike Vick and Jason Whitlock.
Bye Bye, Michael Vick
Twitter has spoken with this golden GIF.