Turlock restaurant removes Colin Kaepernick hot dog from menu

There has been a lot of comments slinging around with regard to Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit during the National Anthem. However this is much more serious.

A hot dog shop in Kaepernick’s hometown of Turlock, CA, Main Street Footers, has taken a hot dog named in the quarterback’s honor off the menu. The CK7 included chili, coleslaw, Jalapenos and something called “Kaep Sauce.” It is still listed on their online menu, but it is no longer available in the store. It was $6.05 and was first released during the run to Super Bowl 47.

One of the co-owners said people were on both sides of the fence on this topic, but they decided it was just easier to  remove it from the menu, rather than deal with the controversy surrounding it.

Just what exactly is Kaep sauce? So far its a secret. That could open up a whole different discussion here.  Now that Colin has lost his name on the menu board its gotta be down hill from here on out.

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