Kaepernicking Inspires Adorable Girl To Make A Rap Video Lauding The Quarterback [Video]

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Memes in general have been around for long enough now that they practically seem old hat. Nonetheless, that isn’t stopping Colin Kaepernick from inspiring some followers.

The second-year quarterback’s signature touchdown move — which actually isn’t all that different from Tebowing, minus the kneel — has already caught on online, prompting a slew of imitating pictures across social media.

Beyond that, however, one fan may have taken their love of Kaepernick a little too far.

Presumably some parent decided to dress their toddler daughter up in 49ers garb, complete with fake Kaepernick-imitating tattoos, and do a rap video about the team.

The production isn’t bad, but the artist might need to work on her flow.

via NESN

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