Comedian, actor, and writer Kumail Nanjiani is best known for his work on HBO's Silicon Valley and the 2017 autobiographical film The Big Sick, but his Twitter game is impressive, too. Fox News host Sean Hannity probably didn't anticipate Nanjiani's comeback to a recent tweet.
Wait til he finds out that black people play college football too.— Jiffylush (@Jiffylush) September 25, 2017
And see, Sean, that is your RIGHT not to watch the NFL. And look, see how nobody even gives a damn?— B.A.Howard (@BAHoward77) September 24, 2017
He does realize that this will be happening in college football too.— Blakob Marley (@BlakobMarley) September 24, 2017
And high school.
Maybe he'll have better luck watching pee-wee games.
Does he think college students won't protest? Where does he think the pros came from?— damaged jet ski (@zestydaddy) September 24, 2017
Just wait til all the college players start kneeling too— Lindsey (@iWannaWorkOut) September 24, 2017
What this dope doesn't realize is its only a matter of time til college players start kneeling.— Philly Ⓥ (@starwarsandjaws) September 24, 2017
College and high school players are taking a knee too!— mary ellen natale (@EllenNatale) September 24, 2017
Lol. College football. Where white people can still get rich by not paying for labor.— Joe Murphy (@joecmurphy) September 24, 2017
Shocking, Sean Hannity likes it when young men, mostly black, don’t get paid for their work.— Justin Satzman (@jsatz23) September 24, 2017
Shocking that he prefers is when the black workforce is completely unpaid.— Dixon (@Dixonthewall) September 25, 2017
It's hilarious bc college football is an unjust system where only rich program can prosper+ treats laborers terribly. Of course he loves it— Andrew Neumann (@theneumann64) September 25, 2017
That's cause he likes that fact that college athletes don't get paid to risk their bodies just the rich men that coach them and— jason fuqua (@FuzzyTuxedo) September 24, 2017