Antonio Brown Strikes Again, Mocks Steelers’ 22 YO WR George Pickens in Latest Jab

Published 11/09/2023, 4:17 AM EST

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Antonio Brown– the OG controversial king has once again irked the Steelers fans. The former player-turned-rapper took another potshot at the tea,’s current WR. As per Brown, the youngster is “morphing” into him due to being under fire after failing to deliver results.

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The tweet shared by the Stoic singer on the platform X features a controversial image that might rebuke certain fans. Whatever his end goal is, AB is clearly sending out a signal to Pickens, as this follows another set of tweets that showcased hints of some internal fights within the franchise. Once again, AB’s tweet is viral on socials and already has 2.2 million views!

Is George Pickens morphing into Antonio Brown?

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AB carries on from his last tweet, wherein he pointed out the ensuing fights between players and the franchise. This time around, he’s gone above and beyond with his social media jargon. AB singled out Steelers’ current WR George Pickens and edited his image alongside his own face. The tweet further shows a line separating the duo, indicating that Pickens is transitioning into Brown!

This uncanny reference is related to how Pickens is facing some issues with the team. Earlier during the season, Pickens shared a cryptic story- “Free Me” suggesting that the stalwart is having some internal battles. However, the Steelers’ management has kept mum on the entire episode and no transfer news has been disclosed as yet. Brown himself left the side back when an ongoing tussle got ugly between himself and the management. Never to shy away from social media, the controversial former stalwart replied to a callout from a celebrity boxer.

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Antonio Brown reignites war with Logan Paul with a cold threat

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AB is notorious for his swanky lifestyle and controversies surrounding threats. Now, he took a fresh turn in the diss track released on him by celebrity boxer Logan Paul. In a recent video released by a YouTuber, AB could be seen issuing a cold warning to Paul. AB gives a spine-chilling threat- “I don’t get in the ring, I get in the bed. My boy will kill him. We don’t box we just beat the box. My boy [will] shoot him for me… If it’s smoke, we just get rid of ’em.”

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While the nature of the warning seems to be pretty serious, the former player hasn’t acted on this. Additionally, the rapper asked for a pending royalty check for the boxer’s biggest video. When further asked how AB aims to catch Logan Paul, there is no hesitance from Brown. He without a thought responds that he’ll catch the boxer in the WWE match. The duo have some history together as they were supposed to match up against each other back in 2020, which never took place.

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Unlike other times when Brown just shares fluff on his socials. This time he might be stating facts as there are some issues amongst the Steelers players and the management. Hopefully, for the youngster, he comes back strongly after the background chatter.

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