Hughley says it all boils down to Kraft blocking Colin Kaepernick from getting a job.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and his legal team have been working tooth and nail to make sure the alleged video of him soliciting prostitution in a Florida spa doesn't make it to the public. Unfortunately for Kraft, Florida law requires that evidence be disclosed when requested by the media, so it looks like the video will be coming out after all, however, it will be pixelated so don't be too alarmed.
"I think the NFL is hypocritical," Hughley said "I do. I think that they didn't want Colin Kaepernick to have a job in the NFL because he took a knee. Robert Kraft was one of the main detractors. He didn't want him to get a job. He got busted in a prostitution ring. So, apparently, to the NFL ... a black man on one knee is too much, but a hooker or two is alright. So, the NFL has a problem with the number of knees you take. So I think we should see. And I think they get a chance to see how hypocritical they are."
Hughley has been a huge Kaepernick supporter over the last two years so there is no surprise that he would take this stance. Whether or not he's actually going to watch Kraft's video is a different story.