Even Antonio Brown’s old NFL teammates had conflicting opinions of his performance, which he gave in front of thousands of Miami attendees at Rolling Loud. Brown, who is still recovering from injuries sustained during his final season with the Buccaneers, has been concentrating on his rap career. He made it all the way to Rolling Loud on the same day that top performers like Future, DaBaby, Gucci Mane, Action Bronson, and others were scheduled to perform. However, opinions about his performance were divided.
Brown declared in May that he will not play in the 2022 NFL season, was seen in a video posted on Saturday by Saints safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson rapping on stage in a flashy latex suit during Day 1 of the music festival. “Smh bra lost it, this not it,” remarked Gardner-Johnson, whose tweet from his fellow NFL players received mixed reviews.
Gardner-Saints Johnson’s teammate Cameron Jordan responded to Gardner-tweet Johnson’s with a few crying-laughing emoticons that seemed to defend Brown.Gardner-Johnson responded with a tweet. He tweeted by saying, “Stop cause if you support that then ima drop a crazy video of me performing.”
Less than 24 hours after Brown issued a lengthy statement online accusing Tampa Bay of pushing him to play while hurt and announcing his intention to have surgery to heal his injured ankle, the Buccaneers released him. Brown addressed worries about his mental health in an interview on the “I AM ATHLETE” show that same month.
Brown hinted to the end of his NFL career in May when he announced he wouldn’t return to play in 2022. Prior to signing with a new NFL team, Brown informed TMZ two months earlier that he was delaying getting his ankle fixed.Over the course of two seasons with the Buccaneers, Brown recorded 87 catches for 1,082 yards and eight touchdowns in 15 regular-season games. He also had eight receptions for 81 yards and two scores in three playoff games on the way to a Super Bowl victory last February with Tom Brady.