Antonio Brown Unveils “Caitlin Clark’s Hair Force One’s” in Another Insulting Attack, Hours After Being Blocked

Published 04/19/2024, 12:27 PM EDT

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The notorious Antonio Brown strikes again! From once being a generational talent to now being an online bully, this has been the trajectory of Brown’s life ever since being exiled from the NFL. This time, he has targeted one of the most iconic players in women’s basketball, in a vile manner.

Antonio Brown, the former wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is now an active social media user who targets high-profile celebrities and players on the daily. A few weeks ago, he took on the likes of Joe Biden, after which, he was eventually blocked by the POTUS himself. Now that Caitlin Clark is the newest recipient of Brown’s cyber-judgement, the pit for Brown’s reputation continues to deepen.

Caitlin Clark becomes Brown’s new target


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On April 19, Brown took to Twitter to share an edited picture of a pair of Nike shoes covered in hair. He posted this in response to his earlier tweet which read, “Caitlin Clark looks like she keep it hairy.” The disrespect and blatant abuse of digital power continue to be on the rise as Brown doesn’t seem like he is going to stop anytime soon.

Before her professional debut in May, Caitlin Clark secured an eight-figure endorsement deal with Nike and is expected to release a signature shoe soon. Thus, Brown’s tweet directly referred to her ongoing deal with the company, which is set to make her one of the most influential sportswomen of all time. Plus, despite being blocked by Clark and her accusing him of online harassment, it looks like the CTE train continues to run without a halt.


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“I’ve had enough”: Caitlin Clark’s statement after blocking Brown

The former NFL WR has been on Clark’s case for several weeks now, with a lot of his tweets inferring the nasty claims that the Indiana Fever guard might be a guy. After unjustified attacks by Brown, she finally made the bold move of blocking him on the platform.


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Later, Clark released a statement voicing her frustration with the controversial internet personality. She said, “I’ve had enough of the constant abuse from Antonio Brown. It’s time to put an end to this behavior and take a stand against online harassment.” Despite Clark’s powerful words, Brown seemed to be adverse to the impact of his hateful speech and soon put out his tweet later, referring to her as a ‘cracker of the day.’ Furthermore, her words resonated with the fans who support the record-breaking NCAA player and condemn Brown for his incessant trolling.


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Jeevesh Singh


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Jeevesh Singh is an NFL writer at EssentiallySports.With a passion for the game's intricacies, his work focuses on the lives of NFL legends like Brady and Coach Prime, offering unique insights into their personalities and achievements. His writing style is characterized by a blend of analytical prowess and storytelling, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the NFL's most compelling narratives.
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