Mr. Wonderful loves a good entrepreneur.
Kevin O'Leary is best known for telling children their businesses aren't good and that people should give him 10% royalties of their business on the hit show "Shark Tank." The man who calls himself "Mr. Wonderful" even ran for Prime Minister of Canada if you can believe that, but he eventually crashed and burned at that. Now, the businessman is commenting on the Colin Kaepernick situation courtesy of TMZ. If you remember, last week Kaepernick reached a settlement with the NFL in his collusion case and made a pretty hefty payday in the process, something that O'Leary is a big fan of.
"I think the outcome was good for him," O'Leary said. "He was not the best QB in NFL history, but he monetized the situation in a good way. And, I appreciate that as an entrepreneur."
O'Leary also went on to say that he didn't really agree with Kaepernick's protest but the way he has been able to turn himself into a brand is exceptional. Although, he's not much of a believer of Kap getting a second chance out on the field.
"He will never play in the NFL ever. Not in this lifetime and not in 10 lifetimes," O'Leary exclaimed.