Others praised Nike for its gutsy ad campaign.
US President Donald Trump has once again weighed in on Nike's ad campaign featuring controversial quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Martin told the news station that he called Nike "the mother of all harlots" for the campaign and criticized their use of the term "sacrificed everything".
Screencaps of the "like" spread on social media.
People have been on either side of the spectrum when it comes to Nike's decision.
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Colin Kaepernick in Dream Crazy. A 30-second version will also include Kaepernick. Several superstar athletes make cameos throughout the video, including LeBron Jameserena Williams.
Carlson then asked Portnoy how Nike is helping the cause of civil rights if it's trying to sell expensive shoes to people who can't afford them. He closes with the mantra that first appeared in his marketing for Nike on Monday: "Believe in something".
Now a free agent, Kaepernick filed a grievance in November a year ago against the National Football League and its owners, accusing them of collusion by not hiring him.
Utah Jazz center and NBA Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert is one of them. That policy also says teams will be fined if players are on the field and "do not stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem". Those rules were recently put on hold pending further discussion.
The NFL did not respond to a request for comment about the commercial.
Closing his remarks, he said he stood "for anybody who believes in change".