Malcolm Jenkin’s definitely held it down for the brothers of Omega Psi Phi before, during and after winning the Super Bowl in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The 30-year-old Philadelphia Eagles safety, a 2007 initiate of Omega Psi Phi, was filmed SETTING OWT a hop in the locker room before the game.
His team then won the Super Bowl.
And right after he won it, he was asked by CNN if he intends to go with the Philadelphia Eagles to their victory visit to Donald Trump at the White House, to which he responded
“Nah, I personally do not anticipate attending.”
He elaborated stating, “My message has been clear all year … I want to see changes in our criminal justice system. I want to see us push for economical and educational advancement in communities of color and low-income communities. And I want to see our relationship between our communities and our law enforcement be advanced.”
Click on the play button to watch what he had to say.
Jenkins has made multiple statements about inequality throughout his career.
We at Watch The Yard love to see members of Black fraternities and sororities use their platforms to stand up for social justice. It is great to see that there are fraternity members like Jenkins out there excelling in their respective fields and standing up for what is right.
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