Colin Kaepernick’s parents may have the most restrictive parental controls on the internet.
The NFL quarterback is banned from the internet, but his mother’s Twitter account has access to millions of other fans.
That means Colin can retweet and respond to any tweets she gets.
But her account also has her banned from any discussions on the platform.
This means that when he tweets about his love of the NFL, he’ll have to make sure to mention his dad, who’s in the military.
“My mom, she’s got the most strict parental controls,” Colin said during an interview with ESPN’s Brett McMurphy.
“She doesn’t allow me to do that.
She doesn’t want me to talk about her.
And I think that’s kind of a little bit frustrating, but I can’t do that.”
He also said that he’s been blocked from Twitter from the age of four.
“And I can tell you, it’s been tough to deal with,” he said.
“It’s hard, because you know, she goes on about all of this stuff, and you know what?
You’re not going to be able to see anything about it.”
And there’s more.
Colin’s father, Colton Kaepernick, is in the Marine Corps and works in construction.
He has been outspoken about the protests and protests that have taken place across the country and the United States.
He’s been outspoken in his criticism of President Donald Trump and the NFL for the national anthem protests, and he has also spoken out against police brutality.
He said that his son’s decision to protest during the anthem was a personal decision and not one he made.
“I think that he felt the need to protest, and that’s the way that I feel,” he told McMurty.
“But I feel like it’s not a decision that he made, and I think he knows that, and we’ve had conversations.
But I think it was more that he needed to make that statement to make his point.
And so, I think I made the right decision to stand up and say something about what’s going on.”
Kaepernick is now married to a former NFL player.
“We’re still together, and our relationship has been good,” Colin told McMurtys.
“He’s a great guy.
And my relationship with my dad has been very good.”