C.J. Gardner-Johnson Ridiculed Antonio Brown's Rolling Loud Rap
C.J. Gardner-Johnson Ridiculed Antonio Brown's Rolling Loud Rap

C.J. Gardner-Johnson Ridiculed Antonio Brown Rolling Loud Rap

In Miami over the weekend, at least one NFL player was unimpressed with Antonio Brown performance at Rolling Loud. C.J. Gardner-Johnson, a safety for the New Orleans Saints, posted a video on Saturday that showed Brown, a free agency receiver, rapping on stage in a vivid latex suit on the first day of the music festival.

“Smh bra lost it, this not it,” said Gardner-Johnson, whose post elicited a range of reactions from her NFL teammates. End of the line of scrimmage Gardner-Saints Johnson’s colleague Cameron Jordan appeared to defend Brown in a follow-up tweet that contained a few crying-laughing emojis.

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Gardner-Johnson retaliated with the tweet, “Stop because if you support it then I’m going to drop a wild performance video of me.” Following Gardner-tweet, Johnson’s Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman wrote, “Lol I think Ite tho,” prompting Gardner-Johnson to wonder if he was being “too hard” on Brown.

A video of Brown performing “Put That S—t On” from his new album, “Paradigm,” was tweeted by former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson, who captioned the post, “My Dawg.”

Antonio Brown
Antonio Brown

When the Buccaneers released Antonio Brown in January, he went shirtless through the goal line at MetLife Stadium and walked off the field mid-game against the Jets. Since then, he has concentrated on his rap career.

On Monday, less than 24 hours after a long statement from Brown accusing Tampa Bay of pressuring him to play with an injured ankle, the Buccaneers released the receiver. During an appearance on the “I AM ATHLETE” show earlier this year, Brown discussed his mental health. ‘Aww, he’s nuts,'” Brown added. “My mental health is in perfect condition.”


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Brown indicated at the conclusion of his NFL career when he declared in May that he will not return for the 2022 season. A few months ago, Brown informed that he was waiting to join a new NFL team until he had his ankle healed.

After two seasons with the Buccaneers, Brown racked up 87 receptions for 1,082 yards and eight touchdowns on his way to a Super Bowl victory with Tom Brady last February, including eight catches for 81 yards and two scores in three postseason games.

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It wasn’t until halfway through the 2020 season that Tampa Bay finally signed Brown after he served an eight-game suspension for several personal-conduct offenses.

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