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Antonio Brown Faces Backlash for His Mac Miller Tribute

Antonio Brown Faces Backlash for His Mac Miller Tribute

Antonio Brown Faces Backlash for His Mac Miller Tribute

Antonio Brown’s post-NFL journey has been filled with controversial moments, but his recent tribute to Mac Miller’s late mother, Karen Meyers, has raised eyebrows.

Antonio Brown Faces Backlash for His Mac Miller Tribute

In a surprising move, Brown posted an old picture featuring pop sensation Ariana Grande wearing his Steelers jersey and Karen Meyers sporting a Roethlisberger one.

Captioning the image with, “I had baddies at the game before the announcements…….. Arianators,” Brown sparked a debate among fans of the late Mac Miller.

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The question arises: Is this tribute genuinely disrespectful, or have people become overly sensitive?

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Antonio Brown Says, Flexing A Six-Figure Music Check, "I Get Paid To Rap."

Antonio Brown Says, Flexing A Six-Figure Music Check, “I Get Paid To Rap.”

Antonio Brown Says, Flexing A Six-Figure Music Check, “I Get Paid To Rap.”

Antonio Brown appears to be back to getting a big bag after leaving the NFL and flashing a six-figure check he claimed he received for rapping.

On Sunday, October 9, the former NFL wide receiver posted a picture of the check with the amount written in the amount of $150,000 to Twitter. “I get paid to rap. # PutthatshitOn,” Brown captioned the photo.

This year, Brown released his album Paradigm, which featured well-known artists like Fivio Foreign, Young Thug, DaBaby, and others.

Then he added a picture of another check for $250,000, which he claimed was payment for his participation in a yet-to-be-released song with Lil Wayne.

“I get paid to rap. Paid to Snap. Ryan Kane. STB is not secure. This is a stop payment for my new track feat. Lil Wayne. It’s unethical per source Cab Records Inc. C A B hol on wait,” Brown wrote.

Akademiks reposted the earlier article, and DJ Vlad pointed out that the Secure The Bag record label was the same one that is suing the former NFL player for $500,000 in the comment section.

On October 6, a Florida music promoter filed a lawsuit against Antonio Brown. He alleged that he defrauded them of a $500,000 payment by falsely representing that it was for Lil’ Wayne.

Antonio Brown Says, Flexing A Six-Figure Music Check, “I Get Paid To Rap.” What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments section.

Antonio Brown Is Charged With Theft In Lil Wayne's Name

Antonio Brown Is Charged With Theft In Lil Wayne’s Name

Antonio Brown Is Charged With Theft In Lil Wayne’s Name

Antonio Brown, a former NFL player, conned him out of $500,000 by claiming it was for Lil’ Wayne according to a Florida music promoter,

The case, which was reportedly filed on October 6th in Sarasota County Circuit Court, alleges that Brown misappropriated Weezy’s name to obtain a $100,000 contract. Brown allegedly violated a “exclusive artist agreement” between the two companies, according to the complaint.

It also claims that Brown made a $160,000 sale to Ryan Kane, the business’s owner, on a bogus expensive watch.

The lawsuits also claim that Antonio Brown threatened multiple STB executives with vulgar remarks of a sexual and racial character and that he scammed Secure the Bag Entertainment of $175,000 in fictitious expenses.

The costs for Brown’s entourage to fly on a private plane and for renting a Los Angeles recording studio for five hours total $87,000.

The issue arose when the business declined to cover those costs.

Kane declared that he views Antonio Brown as nothing more than a “thief and a liar.” To join with his label, Kane allegedly paid Brown a $150,000 advance with the expectation that Brown would film a music video to promote the song “Cracked,” which he co-wrote with Lil Wayne.

Then, according to Kane, he was told that Lil’ Wayne wanted to be paid “$250,000 in cash,” and Brown would take care of Wayne’s payment. The situation heated up when Brown allegedly threatened Kane with “the check better be good,”

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