Antonio Brown Vulgarly Disrespected Caitlin Clark After She Became Leading Scorer In Women’s College B-Ball

antonio brown holding up peace sign. caitlyn clark in uniform
Antonio Brown, the former NFL wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is no stranger to controversy.

This time around, he is being blasted for his message about Caitlin Clark.

Iowa basketball star Caitlin Clark received an outpouring of messages on Thursday night, congratulating her on becoming the NCAA women’s basketball’s all-time leading scorer.

Brown had a different message.

Brown jumped on X when he decided to comment, “B**ch look like Mel Gibson” in response to a picture being shown of Clark.



Clark scored 49 points on Thursday to pass Kelsey Plum (3,527) to become the all-time leader in NCAA Division I women’s basketball history at 3,569. Clark is not finished yet as she still has the Big Ten tournament and the NCAA tournament as well.

Brown played 12 seasons for the Steelers, Buccaneers and Patriots. He had 928 catches for 12,291 yards and scored 88 touchdowns, along with 187 punt returns for 1,761 yards. He was selected to play in 7 Pro Bowls, and won 1 Super Bowl with the Bucs.

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