File this under “careful what you wish for”!
Or under “poetic justice”.
Either works for me.
Before the big game, the 49ers star Richard Sherman made clear he does not like President Trump and said he doubted he’d go to the White House if they won.
In contrast, Chief’s star Frank Clark wore a Trump-Kanye shirt to a press conference and had fun with it.
Now as I said a couple days ago, I can’t really tell if he’s pro-Trump, anti-Trump or just having fun messing with the Media.
I think it might be option #3.
But any guy who wears a Trump shirt to a press conference is ok in my book and he seems like a cool dude from this video.
So I'm glad to report that Richard Sherman DOES NOT have to stress about whether or not to visit the White House.
Don't worry Sherm....YOU AREN'T INVITED BUD!
The Washington Examiner had more:
Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark attended a press conference Friday wearing a sweatshirt with an image of President Trump and Kanye West and the caption, “never forget.”
"#Chiefs DE Frank Clark wearing a sweatshirt his friend gave him with a photo of Donald Trump and Kanye West that reads 'Never Forget,' says we all remember that 'very historical' moment in history," Chiefs beat reporter Matt Derrick said on Twitter.
“Frank Clark was asked to explain his sweatshirt depicting the day Donald Trump and Kanye West first met: 'Never forget. We’ll never forget that important moment in our history.' ...and yes, Frank let out a very healthy laugh with his response,” ESPN reporter Jeff Darlington said on Twitter about the sweatshirt.
Clark’s Chiefs are preparing for a match up with the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2.