Once again "skin pigmentation" becomes the topic of conversation. However this time it isn’t because some self-aggrandized progressive celebrity decided to throw out the “N-word” or because some third-rate quarterback decided to take a knee at the playing of our National Anthem.

This time the actual percentage of skin pigmentation has become the topic, and the bonus round is the more color within that pigmentation the richer the reward, confused?

Not if you’re a fan of Fox Sports Radio pundit Clay Travis, who has just made an offer of $50,000 big ones, to Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King. The $50 grand would go to any charity that former quarterback Colin Kaepernick picks, ‘PROVIDED” King takes a DNA test!

Sounds simple right? Take a DNA test and get $50 grand donated to your favorite charity. Well, not really in order to win the big bucks, the DNA results must show that King is more than 25% black…once again “pigmentation!”

The apparent incident or “dust-up” (take your pick), began when Travis read an article by King declaring he would be “boycotting the NFL because of its anti-blackness.”

However King didn’t just leave it at that he continued his rant saying: “I can’t, in good conscience, support this league, with many of its pro-Trump owners, as it blacklists my friend and brother Colin Kaepernick for taking a silent, peaceful stance against injustice and police brutality in America,” King wrote in reference to the fact that no one has yet signed Kaepernick to a professional football contract.

King continued his tirade; “It’s disgusting and has absolutely nothing to do with football and everything to do with penalizing a brilliant young man for the principled stance he took last season.”

The article obviously caught the attention of Travis who apparently made the offer of the $50- grand, after King decided to take his rant even further saying; “after flying Kaepernick across country to meet with the team, instead decided to sign Austin Davis as their backup quarterback. It’s a disgrace.”

Then using a pejorative, he referenced Davis “a scrub” and disparaged his track record in the NFL.

Travis wasn't going to back off his comments when questioned on social media:

One twitter user put it perfectly:

 
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