Social Media Reacts To Antonio Brown Working Out With Controversial Rapper 6ix9ine (VIDEO + TWEETS)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver and part-time rapper Antonio Brown has been trending on social media this week after video surfaced of him working out with hip-hop star 6ix9ine.
According to TMZ, the Super Bowl-winning wideout invited Tekashi to his football training facility in Miami and it shows the two running against each other. Brown could be seen ‘mossing’ the Brooklyn rapper on one play.
In the comments of the post, fellow athletes Chad Ochocino and J.R. Smith showed their displeasure, with Chad posting two crying emojis and Swish simply putting the comment, “Bruh…”
Former NFL quarterback Terrelle Pryor added, “Damn AB.”
Rapper DoeBoy posted, “C’mon gang you tripping,” in the comments.
“Antonio Brown playing football with 6ix9ine [rat] ass,” one person tweeted after seeing the video
“Why is AB messing around with tekashi kn the first place?” a puzzled Twitter user pondered.
If you’re confused by the comments and hate, 6ix9ine was arrested on federal racketeering and weapons charges stemming from his alleged involvement with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. He testified against them in that trial.
At various points during his testimony, he:
• Pointed out for prosecutors the gang members who appeared in the videos for his songs “Gummo” and “Kooda”
• Implicated the defendants in various violent acts, including assaults and kidnappings
• Alleged that his former manager, Kifano “Shotti” Jordan, was a prominent member of Nine Trey and was also involved in criminal activity
• Claimed that the Ohio rapper Trippie Redd, whom he had attacked along with other Nine Trey members, belonged to a different Blood set
• Called Jim Jones “a retired rapper” and claimed he was a member of Nine Trey
• Alleged that Cardi B was a member of an unspecified Blood set
• Admitted that he had ordered a shooting of Chief Keef — who he named as a member of the Chicago gang Black Disciples — in June 2018
• Referred to the legendary Houston record label Rap-A-Lot as “not a fucking gang” (“they’re like, a wannabe mafia kinda thing”)
• Named rapper Casanova as a member of a rival Blood set