Former Miami wide receiver Kenny Stills has been critical of Dolphins owner Stephen Ross in the past, and it appears he has not changed his opinion.
In response to Ross' $13 million donation to the Ross Initiative in Sports Equality, Stills called out the Dolphins owner for giving money to his own charity, which reduces his tax burden and isn't necessarily a big sacrifice.
Donation to his non profit = Tax write off https://t.co/mUk6Uc9J6n— Kenny Stills (@KSTiLLS) June 27, 2020
Stills' comments come after he criticized Ross for supporting Donald Trump's re-election campaign while claiming he supports the Black Lives Matter movement at the same time -- something that doesn't necessarily add up.
In the past, Ross said he agrees with Trump on some issues and not on others, but he's also never truly supported movements against racial inequality, only donating to his own charity.
Whatever the case is with Ross, Stills certainly is skeptical and clearly won't stop calling out the Dolphins owner until Ross proves he cares about the movement.
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