NFL Star Antonio Brown Is Wooing City Girls' JT, But She Doesn't Seem to Respond
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The former New England Patriots player is shooting his shot with the 'JT First Day Out' rapper, tweeting that he has signed up for a meal plan service and wanted to try his new dishes out on the female emcee.

AceShowbiz - JT has found herself a suitor, days after she was released from prison. Antonio Brown has had his eyes on the one half of rap duo City Girls and he has made his feelings public by flirting with the rapper on Twitter.

On Monday, November 11, the NFL star tried to woo the "Twerk" hitmaker with his meal prep. He tweeted, "Thinking about dating a city girl y'all tell JT get @ me ! AB got the meal plan baby I know you just jumped baby."

Apparently feeling romantic, the 31-year-old athlete posted another tweet which read, "Best thing I ever did was fall out of love." He added, in another cryptic post, "Super man never came to the hood to save us ; Guess his cape was to small or he didn't care bout the hood."

JT has not publicly responded to Antonio's confession of his desire to date her and she didn't seem to reply to his direct messages either. When the Miami-born star tweeted, "my birthday is 12/3 what are y'all getting me! Y'all need my P.O. Box?", Antonio once again tried to get her attention by writing back, "Check your DM; period."

Antonio was recently released from his $15 million contract with the New England Patriots after several women came with allegations of sexual and personal misconduct against the wide receiver. He has denied all allegations and is currently a free agent.

JT, meanwhile, just gained her freedom back after being released from jail earlier this month. She was sentenced to two years in prison in 2018 for credit card fraud. She's currently living in a halfway house in Atlanta on October 8, where she is able to leave the house during the day to work and visit family and friends. Her sentence is expected for be completed on March 21, 2020.

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