Antonio Brown's constant trolling of Brady is low class


Tom Brady saved Antonio Brown’s NFL career on two occasions and twice welcomed the mercurial wideout into his home.

Now, Brown can’t stop trolling Brady when he’s down.

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On a personal level, it’s actually pretty disgusting.

Admittedly, there are far greater causes to rally around than the Plight of TB12. Brady can handle Brown’s social media shenanigans.

But Brown’s persistent attacks are downright confounding. No wonder why he’s staying in business with the artist formerly known as Kanye West.

They’re perfect partners.

Brown started lashing out at Brady in January, just days after stripping down on his way off the field and abandoning the Buccaneers at MetLife Stadium. The wideout blamed Brady for making him play on an incentive-laden deal and accused Alex Guerrero of ripping him off. But then the attacks became increasingly personal.

Now, Brown keeps harassing Brady over his reported split with Gisele Bundchen. Most recently, he photoshopped Brady’s head over his own body from last season’s infamous moment at MetLife.

Just a few weeks ago, Brown posted a picture of himself embracing Gisele following Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl victory over the Chiefs.

Brady, by the way, is responsible for bringing Brown to Tampa Bay — against the apparent wishes of Bruce Arians, who saw AB combust in Pittsburgh. At the time, Brown was serving an 8-week suspension for multiple violations of the NFL’s personal conduct policy,

The erratic ex-receiver has been accused of everything from stiffing workers to farting in a doctor’s face. But the NFL decided to suspend Brown for burglary and battery charges and accusations he sent intimidating texts to a woman who accused him of sexual assault.

Despite that, the Buccaneers welcomed him in, just like the Patriots. Brown even played a game for New England after he was accused of rape.

The Patriots acquired Brown at Brady’s behest. The Raiders, who acquired Brown the previous offseason, released him before he even played a game.

In a perfect example of symbolism, Brown was ordered Tuesday to pay $1.2 million to a moving truck driver he assaulted in 2020.

Gisele definitely wants a piece of that.

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