Antonio Brown Says He Wants To Be ‘One Of The Biggest Artists In The World’ After Being Panned For Rolling Loud Gig
NFL star Antonio Brown hasn’t signed with a team this off-season, but he has definitely been staying busy.
The 34-year-old controversial receiver performed in Miami on Friday at Rolling Loud, an annual hip-hop music festival.
Brown’s performance drew in mixed emotions on social media. Some praised him for taking on a new adventure into the music game, with one user writing, “AB has been the in the conversation for best in the world at something, made millions, and has now performed at a major festival. He has LIVED.”
But some fans were not so pleased with his performance, including Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, safety for the New Orleans Saints.
“Smh bra lost it, this not it,” he wrote.
Regardless of the social media chatter, Brown seems to have his focus on his music these days. After his performance, he posted a picture on Twitter, captioning it, “I’m not going to stop until I’m one of the biggest artists in the world 🌎🐝.”
His newfound career in music comes after he expressed his desire to retire with the Pittsburgh Steelers back in May via Twitter.
Brown released his debut single “Whole Lotta Money” back in January 2020.
He also released another single “Pit Not The Palace” a few hours after he ran off the field shirtless during the third quarter of Tampa Bay’s game against the New York Jets in January, ultimately leading to his departure from the Bucs.
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