Antonio Brown ‘happy’ as he celebrates new music at the strip club
This time it wasn’t Antonio Brown who was shirtless.
But as usual, the drama wasn’t far behind the NFL star – because security was on high alert for a woman he didn’t want to see.
On January 2, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers star removed his jersey in the middle of the game, threw it into the crowd and fled the field, later claiming it was to protest a coach who had attempted to forcing him to play even though he had severe ankle pain. He was quickly excluded from the team.
But on the weekends, Brown happily worked on his side as a rapper, celebrating the release of his new song “Pit Not The Palace” at joint jiggle Sapphire.
“He was a fun and happy guy. He was dancing and taking photos nonstop – engaging with everyone, ”a spy told Page Six.
We are told that Brown – who released his debut track ‘Whole Lotta Money’ in 2020 – was greeted in the joint strip by a group of photographers and once inside, ‘instead of throwing in swimsuits, he was throwing from singles to dancers and crowds. “the source said.
Brown took the stage with Richie Romero, Andrew Stone and some of the dancers to perform his new single. The crowd threw money at him and he even gave them a little strip-tease showing off his abs, we’re told.
Meanwhile, insiders told us the club have taken precautions in case model Ava Louise, who told The Post that she and Brown bonded before its collapse on the ground last week, was spotted at the site.
“There were strict instructions not to let her in… or he wouldn’t,” the insider said, “A few girls who looked like him weren’t allowed in because they didn’t know if it was. ‘was she.”
For someone who is suddenly unemployed, Brown has certainly been busy. Her club appearance came after donning a crazy fur jacket for shoot a music video for song in the Diamond District this weekend. He was spotted in Harbor NYC on Friday celebrating Misa Hylton’s birthday. Hylton’s son with Diddy, Justin Combs and Mary J. Blige was also in attendance.
Publicist JP Andrade, who just started branding company The Born Pablo Collective, told us that he and Brown are teaming up.
“We are planning to work together and there are some really big things planned. We are working on a project that will grow my new business and his music career. [We] plan to disrupt the entire entertainment industry, ”Andrade said.