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Miami Dolphins Play Eight Jay-Z Songs In A Row At Practice After Criticism From Kenny Stills

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores had an epic response to some recent comments from Kenny Stills.

The team’s wide receiver, who refuses to stand for the national anthem, recently ripped Jay-Z’s deal with the league because it apparently didn’t revolve around Colin Kaepernick. (RELATED: Jay-Z Will Reportedly Soon Own Part Of An NFL Team)

Flores responded to that by playing eight songs from the star rapper in a row Tuesday at practice, according to Barry Jackson.

This is hilarious. Imagine being Stills in this situation. You go out and claim Jay-Z, who is one of the most successful businessmen to ever live, isn’t very informed as he tries to work with the NFL.

Then, your own head coach just starts blasting his tracks at practice. It’s the ultimate middle finger.

 

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Make no mistake about it, folks. This was Flores sending a message to everybody about who is actually running the show.

Stills can run his mouth about Jay-Z with a bunch of incoherent points, but it’s Flores who is calling the shots.

He decided the team needed to hear some music from the star musician, and that’s exactly what happened.

 

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I wish I could have been a fly on the wall when the music from Jay-Z started blasting. It must have been laugh-out-loud funny.

Major props to Flores for setting the tone and letting people know he’s the one in charge. I absolutely love it.