Antonio Brown’s most recent Rolling Loud performance drew comments from people like Cameron Jordan and C.J. Gardner-Johnson.
In response to Antonio Brown’s recent appearance at Rolling Loud, a number of NFL players had varying views on how the former wide receiver-turned-set rapper’s went.
Brown’s career was the subject of a conversation when C.J. Gardner-Johnson tweeted, “Smh bra lost it, this not it.”
Cameron Jordan, a teammate on the New Orleans Saints, had a different opinion on Brown: “I don’t know, excluding the catwalk steps and a few little finger pointing, but Antonio Brown seems to be prospering despite whatever the public wants to call him. Not many musicians, much less former football players, perform at rolling loud.”
Gardner-Johnson then said that if receiving applause was this simple, he might have to post a video of himself performing: “Stop cause if you support that then ima drop a crazy video of me performing.”
Mecole Hardman, a wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs, also chimed in to defend Brown, saying, “Lol, I believe it’s Ite.”
Gardner-Johnson acknowledged he could be “too severe” on the Super Bowl victor since all of Brown’s opponents moved forward.
Although Brown isn’t legally retired, his future in the game is anything but clear at 34 years old and after a turbulent departure from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
At Rolling Loud, Future, DaBaby, Gucci Mane, Action Bronson, and more artists also performed.
The tweets on Brown’s performance are listed below.
😑 stop cause if you support that then ima drop a crazy video of me performing
— C.J. Gardner-Johnson (@CGJXXIII) July 23, 2022