Here’s The First Look At The Music Video For Antonio Brown’s New Rap Song

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For a couple of months now, former All-Pro wide receiver has been teasing a rap album with Sean Kingston, that guy who made that one song those years ago.

Brown, who has not played in the NFL this season after he was cut by the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots in September, previously teased a clip of his “rap” song “Bad Decisions” earlier in December. And, yes, it is just as awful as you would expect it to be.

Now, given that his chances of suiting up in the NFL this season (and ever again, to be honest) are all but gone, Brown seems to legitimately be moving forward with this whole rap career thing, as a clip of what appears to be a music video taping hit the internet on Friday night.

Brown may need to find a new career, as it was reported earlier this week that Brown’s official suspension from the league could be anywhere from six games to an entire season.

Prior to being cut by the Patriots, Brown played in their Week 2 game against the Miami Dolphins, hauling in four caught for 56 yards and a touchdown.

Brown’s arrival to the Patriots was obviously shrouded in controversy, as the mercurial wide receiver, who previously forced his way out of Pittsburgh, employed a litany of tactics — such as “accidentally” freezing his feet in a cryo-chamber, engaging in an ongoing dispute with the league over helmet use, and texting Raiders’ owner Mark Davis asking for his release —  in order to corner the Oakland Raiders into releasing him.

Given that he may face a length suspension next season, it’s likely that Brown has played his final snap in the National Football League.


Eric is a New York City-based writer who still isn’t quite sure how he’s allowed to have this much fun for a living and will tell anyone who listens that Gotham City is canonically in New Jersey. Follow him on Twitter @eric_ital for movie and soccer takes or email him

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