Antonio Brown appears to have faith in his chosen career path.
The wide receiver, who is now more well-known for his off-field antics than for his on-field prowess versus the New York Jets, gave a performance at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami on Saturday and received a mostly unfavorable reception. While Mecole Hardman of the Chiefs and Cameron Jordan of the Saints seemed to enjoy it, C.J. Gardner-Johnson of the Saints tweeted that the performance was “not it.”
Nevertheless, Brown is pursuing his goals despite the detractors. “I’m not going to stop until I’m one of the biggest artists in the world,” he wrote in his Sunday tweet.
I’m not going to stop until I’m one of the biggest artists in the world 🌎🐝 pic.twitter.com/9Olr0SSQJe
— AB (@AB84) July 24, 2022
The receiver still needs to develop further before he can compete with Drake, Lil Wayne, and Bad Bunny, but he appears to be very committed to his art. Brown, who has since tried out a rap career, shared the stage with musicians including Future, DaBaby, and Action Bronson.
In January, he also gave a performance of one of his songs in a strip club in New York. After his mishap at MetLife Stadium, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers dismissed Brown, making him a free agent at the moment.