Sean “Diddy” Combs, Colin Kaepernick and Stephen Curry all expressed interest in being part of the new Carolina Panthers ownership group after their racist owner Jerry Richardson was caught hurling racial slurs and violating sexual misconduct towards Panthers employees.
Curry has now spoken on what being an owner of the Panthers would mean to him. He loves the idea of being part of his hometown team as he grew up in the Charlotte area.
Per ESPN’s Rachel Nicols, Curry said that he wants seal the deal on his ownership of the Panthers.
“I’m serious. I’m really serious about that,” said Curry. “I think it’s such a unique opportunity to impact my hometown. Just an unprecedented, unique situation, and knowing kind of what the storylines are around the NFL right now, maybe having a hand in that.
“So we’ll see how that plays out and take whoever along to ride with me. Whoever wants to come watch Cam Newton and everybody, hopefully win Super Bowls.”
It will be very interesting to see the culture change in Carolina if Curry, Kaepernick and Combs end up being at the top of the Panthers’ organization.