I'm not saying he does but I think the question needs to be asked. Recently a true blue Niner fan posted a Facebook post about an encounter with Colin in a theater in which Kapernick flat out denied his son and another small innocent child a quick picture after they had waited patiently through the movie to ask him. According to this fan they were huge Kapernick fans and were saddened and confused when their on field hero wouldn't give them the time of day for a simple picture.
you can find the original article here https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=772758316089354&set=a.278958095469381.72949.100000655772158&type=1
Now I've heard a lot of sides for this story about the privacy of athletes, allegedly Kapernick was out with his family and didn't want to be bothered and some feel he should be entitled to tell a child fan to F-off Eminem style and even blame the children for being entitled just for asking. Conflicting reports have come out disputing the fathers claim of events and even the wretched cesspool of human filth over at niners nation has an article up disputing the claim from one of their own faithful. (Anything to save face and be a Kapernick apologist) you can find the niners nation view here if you can stomach being in that site long enough to read it http://www.ninersnation.com/2014/5/4/5679908/clearing-the-air-on-the-colin-kaepernick-movie-theater-photo-nonsense.
The original Facebook post the father has repeatedly responded to the disputed claims and reasserted his version of what happened he is not a Seahawk fan posing just to tarnish the niners good name (I totally am) but he is actually a niners fan and one look at his page you will see a sea of pics with his whole family decked out in niners attire. He may be guilty of poor taste and possibly child abuse for subjecting his children to a niners upbringing but I'm inclined to believe his version of the story.
So this begs the question. What are your thoughts on this? Is Kapernick entitled to be a total douchebag to children in the name of privacy or as an athlete and hero to the seriously misguided and idiotic Whiner fans out there does he have an obligation to represent his team when out in public no matter what the occasion?
Unfortunately last night the original poster of this has removed his story, now I'm sure that some of you won't care but his reasons why were quite sad. He simply wanted to share his issue and even said he had no I'll will towards Kap however the fanbase (especially the folks from niners nation) began an all out character assault on this poor guy and his family. He finally gave in last night and said that he will always be a Niner faithful but could care less about then fanbase and was removing it to protect his family. I find it repulsive what despicable human beings "MOST" Niner fans are to go after one of their own like that him and his children all because he shared a negative experience which he had every right to do! If any of you read the string of messages he started getting it was deplorable. It makes me glad I'm a 12 and that we are better then them in every way.