Antonio Brown releases bizarre statement about what he regrets on Twitter, copies Kanye West
Antonio Brown released a statement discussing his biggest regret today on Twitter. Honestly, I don’t even know why he was talking about his biggest regret in the first place. It doesn’t appear that anyone even asked him.
The tweet was sent out in graphic form, with “Sincerely AB” as the caption. It took me a few times to read it to even make sure that I understood what he was saying, but what an all-time line to kick things off, saying that the biggest regret in his career DOESN’T involve calling my GM a “cracker”.
From that point on, you knew you were getting the best of AB. He certainly did not disappoint.
Antonio Brown on his biggest regret
AB does not regret showing up to Raiders camp late in a hot air balloon with frozen feet.
He does not regret throwing rocks at the UPS driver.
AB definitely does not regret taking his shirt off and doing a victory lap around Jets’ stadium mid-game while throwing up the deuces.
Antonio Brown’s biggest regret is not being able to see himself, Antonio Brown, play a game live. He was very clear, that yes of course he can watch the replay, but he will never be able to enjoy the game like we would.
You know, watching AB play, like watching the Beatles or Jesus perform a Red Rocks. Duh.
Okay, now that we’re all caught up, let’s be clear about something. This quote from AB is almost a direct rip off of what Kanye West says any time someone puts a microphone in front of him. Kanye literally said that his biggest pain in life is that he would never be able to see himself perform live.
There’s little-to-no originality here, Antonio.
“My greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live.“
Maybe Kanye is the inspiration behind this quote?
I would hope so. We certainly don’t need the collapse of Donda Sports already and if Kanye didn’t give AB approval, we could be in for a messy situation here.
Seriously though, someone get AB some help. CTE is a serious issue.