We hear it often.
Hey athlete/performer/pastor/_____ stick to sports/entertainment/theology/______.
Colin Kaepernick, an NFL quarterback, has been derided over the last year and a half for sticking his head into injustice and not sticking to sports. (If you don't know the story, you should. No teams will hire him for his kneeling of the flag during the anthem last year. Now more players are doing it... it's a long, story, worth diving into...)
JJ Watt, a NFL defensive lineman, recently raised almost 20 million dollars for Houston (after the hurricane) and many now want to name a highway after him. He didn't really stick to football but it's the opposite reaction.
So, yes, hey ____ stick to ____ means hey ____ stick to things I agree with in life.
Of course, all of this is ridiculous. What are sports and entertainment and theology if they aren't something more than sports, entertainment and theology? That's why we love them... They teach us about life, impact us, move us, help us to become better humans.
Stick to justice. For all.
Stick to compassion. For all.
Stick to kindness. For all.
Stick to humility. For all.
Stick to generosity. For all.
Stick to love. For all.