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After Kenny Stills criticized Jay-Z for partnering with the NFL, Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores appeared to troll his receiver by playing eight of the rapper's songs consecutively at practice Tuesday.
ESPN's Cameron Wolfe was in attendance and detailed Flores' playlist, which began with "Show Me What You Got," followed by "Brooklyn Go Hard" (featuring Santigold), "N----s In Paris" (with Kanye West), and "Run This Town" (with Rihanna).
Flores told Stills of his plans beforehand, according to Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post. It's unknown how the wideout reacted.
Former NFL safety Will Blackmon defended Flores, his former college teammate, saying the coach had been a longtime fan of Jay-Z:
Jay-Z's Roc Nation announced a partnership with the NFL on entertainment and social justice ventures last week.
On Monday, Stills took issue with the rapper attempting to close the curtain on NFL players' protests during the national anthem.
"He could have reached out to Colin (Kaepernick)," Stills said. "He could have reached out to me. Some of the ways that he answered his questions, talking about 'We're moving past kneeling' - like he ever protested. He's not an NFL player. He's never been on a knee."