Antonio Brown drops his new career goal

Antonio Brown has made a name for himself in the NFL. And he did it in more than one way. He was a dynamic receiver at the top of his games, but there was also a lot of drama and antics when it came to the Central Michigan product.

Brown has yet to sign with an NFL team this offseason, but the 34-year-old has been busy. He recently performed at Rolling Loud, a hip-hop music festival held around the world every year.

Brown’s performance at Rolling Loud got social media talking. Despite all the criticism, the former NFL star seems to have music as his main focus for now.

Brown took Twitter on Sunday, posting a photo of his performance with the caption “I’m not going to stop until I’m one of the greatest artists in the world 🌎🐝.”

These comments are a bit surprising. However, they do match comments the 34-year-old Super Bowl champion made earlier in the offseason.

He took to Twitter in May to express a desire to retire with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He quickly clarified that he was not interested in playing for the franchise, just retire with them.

His performance at Rolling Loud was far from Brown’s first foray into music. The former Super Bowl champion released his debut single “Whole Lotta Money” in January 2020.

Brown had a back-and-forth with YouTube personality Logan Paul about a month after her single was released. Their beef led to Paul releasing “Going Broke”, a diss track aimed at Brown.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers released the 34-year-old in January. He ran off the field during the third quarter of a game against the New York Jets, which led to his departure from the team.

Brown released another single, “Pit Not The Palace”, in the hours following the incident against the Jets. This incident, and Brown’s newfound focus on music, likely rules out a return to football for him anytime soon.

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