Top 7 Memes on Nike’s ‘Believe in Something’ Colin Kaepernick Ad (

What’s your fav? Nike just released the full Colin Kaepernick ad and the internet is buzzing over it. 50 Cent memes Nike's Kaepernick ad using pics of Eminem, Kanye, and Floyd Mayweather.

The new Nike ad campaign is so inspirational, celebrities made it into a meme on social media. FIRST LOOK: New Nike “Just Do It” ad memes. 50 needs to get a lifetime supply of Midol and Tampax...the rest is self explanatory.

Eminem, 50cent, Floyd Mayweather, Trump Jr. shares doctored Nike ad featuring his father instead of Colin. 

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I love the new campaign. Memes are the language of the world. I don’t necessarily agree with the act but his cause is just! The commercial is very motivating also. Bold move by Nike that seems to working out just fine for them. I stand with Kap but I also found the ad to be inspiring as well. Thanks and thanks for standing behind Kap.

          Here are the top Nike Ad Memes -

Flyod Mayweather Mocks 50 Cent In New Nike Ad


Floyd Mayweather Nike Meme

Chuck Shumer - Nancy Polowski Nike Meme

Trump Jr. shares doctored Nike ad featuring President Trump instead of Colin Kaepernick
Kaepernick Nike Ad Meme

Osama Bin Laden Nike Ad Meme

Nelly Nike Meme

After, the National Black Police Association writes an open letter to Nike in support of Colin Kaepernick, his protests of police brutality & injustice, and as Nike unveils Kaepernick ad to air during NFL season opener. Fastest and most efficient way to communicate emotion : Emojies + Memes. Spot on.

This might speak louder then him kneeling because everyone wears Nike and when you put them on or when you go purchase a pair you will be thinking about Kaepernick. They express a certain dissatisfaction with the current state of the world. So this in essence will be more attention and more money to the reason he knelt in the first place.

Colin Kaepernick voices this new Nike 'Just Do It' ad set to air during the Falcons-Eagles season opener on Thursday. Which one is your favorite meme on Nike’s ‘Believe in Something’ Colin Kaepernick ad?