AceShowbiz - Antonio Brown has faced criticism after he posted and deleted a clip of Keyshia Cole sporting what appeared to be an "AB" tattoo. The NFL star has been slammed for "always exposing women."
On Sunday, April 3, the 33-year-old athlete posted and quickly deleted a video of Keyshia's backside with the letters "AB" tattooed on her left lower hip. In the caption of his post, he wrote, "Shawty say she love me, so she tatted my name. So I ever leave her then I'm leavin' a stain!" He also tagged Keyshia's account.
However, many social media users were left disgusted by Antonio's social media antics. After The Neighborhood Talk reuploaded the since-deleted post, one critic commented, "Why is he always exposing women that he's f**king? Insanely corny."
"AB acts as if he ain't use to s**t… posting every encounter he has with people is corny as f**k," a separate Instagram user added. Another chimed in, "This is so lame of him. Ladies we gotta do better regardless of the justifications placed in mindset," while another said, "AB been on demon time lately."
Meanwhile, some others hoped that the new body art was only a prop for their new music video as Antonio previously teased his new music back in March. "I hope it's just for their video/song," one person penned. Another went on saying, "Its for their video.... at least I hope."
The clip featuring Keyshia came after Antonio took to Instagram Story to upload a photo of himself in bed with model and music producer Cydney Christine, who has previously been linked to NFL wide receiver DeSean Jackson. Antonio later accused Cydney of owing him money and threatened to "expose" her if she didn't return $5,000 to him.
"Dead. Stop playing wit me. @cydneychristine got the p***y on BC," Antonio wrote over the photo that saw them together under the blanket. Hours later, the father of five shared screenshots of their alleged conversation.
In it, Cydney allegedly texted him, "Please don't do that to me. I'm really sorry, I just didn't like the way you were talking to me." The model went on to say, "This isn't gonna help anything. What can I do to fix it?" In response, Antonio wrote, "Send my money b***h. $5K or [you'll] be exposed."
Cydney then asked Antonio for his PayPal account. However, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers player replied, "H*e [you] know, stop playing with me b***h. Ima show [you] this time." A few hours later, Cydney took to her Instagram Story, seemingly addressing the matter. "I can't control the past. Gotta do better next time," she said.