Antonio Brown Leaks Caitlin Clark’s New Signature Shoe, And Social Media Is Disgusted With The Former NFL Star

Photo of Caitlin Clark screaming and photo of Antonio Brown laughingCaitlin Clark and Antonio Brown (Photos via Getty Images)

Antonio Brown has wasted little time getting on Caitlin Clark’s bad side.

After a lengthy trolling period, the former NFL wide receiver got blocked on Twitter/X by the new WNBA guard this week. Brown has been taking shots at Clark for a while now, but it appears he took it too far with a recent tweet about her private area.

AB revealed having gotten blocked by the former Iowa Hawkeyes star following a tweet claiming she keeps down there hairy.

He has since doubled down, sharing a photo of furry, black Nike sneakers, claiming they’re Caitlin’s “Hair Force One’s.”

Check it out below:

While some users found it funny, many feel Brown should stop. You can also see some reactions here:

Caitlin Clark Is Nearing A Lucrative Shoe Deal With Nike

Antonio Brown’s latest Caitlin Clark is based on her impending deal with sneaker giants Nike.

Clark, who was drafted as the WNBA’s No. 1 overall pick this week, is nearing a very lucrative deal with the sportswear company. According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, the deal could pay the player over $20 million.

I’m told it’s well beyond $10 million … I think it’s fair to say that it’s above $20 million. Now how above? We’ll see when we get the final numbers, I’m not one to speculate,” he said on the ‘Up & Adams’ show this Thursday.

Clark previously had a NIL deal with Nike, but it expired at the end of the college season. She is now one of only three WNBA players boasting a signature shoe deal, with Breanna Stewart and Sabrina Ionescu of the New York Liberty the other two.

Think about her business portfolio—obviously a lot has been made recently about WNBA salaries—but I will say, her business portfolio off the court, she’s making significant money,” Charania added. “To get a signature shoe before you ever step foot on the pro level, that’s a big, big deal.


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