Ex-NFL star Antonio Brown attacks ‘cracker of the day’ Caitlin Clark

Former NFL star Antonio Brown took a vulgar shot at former NCAA women’s basketball sensation Caitlin Clark then made it racial after she blocked him on social media.

The 22-year-old hoops wunderkind just wrapped up a stellar collegiate career with the Iowa Hawkeyes and is looking to land a record contract as a pro, recently dominating headlines as she did opponents on the court which hasn’t gone over well with the chuckleheads.

One of the haters is the troubled ex-NFL wide receiver who got blocked by Clark over a vulgar comment which he followed up by insulting her with a racist slur often used to derogatorily describe white people.

“Caitlin Clark looks like she keep it hairy,” wrote the attention-starved Brown on X.

Clark, who was just picked number one overall in the WNBA draft, didn’t dignify Brown’s rude remarks with a response but instead blocked him.

“Cracker of the Day,” wrote AB, adding, “Blocked by Cousin It,” referring to the hairy character from the Addams Family television and movie series.

He also stuck with the hairy theme by mocking Clark’s new deal with athletic shoe and apparel manufacturer Nike.

The former Pittsburgh Steeler also joked that Clark could sign a “razor deal with ManScaped,” the male personal hygiene grooming tool company.

Brown, who played for four teams during his star-crossed pro football days, may have ended his playing career in the most spectacular way imaginable when he shucked his jersey and pads during a January 2022 road game against the New York Jets and walked off the field in an epic meltdown over not having the ball thrown to him as much as he wanted.

“At times it doesn’t feel real. I feel like I’m kind of stuck in a dream at times,” Clark said after being drafted by the WNBA’s Indiana Fever. “I think the biggest thing I try to remember is how grateful I am to have this opportunity. There’s so many people that would kill to be in my shoes. … I just try to remind myself of how grateful I am. I’m lucky to have these moments.”

While Clark will set a record for the WNBA, salaries aren’t what they are in the actual NBA which has widespread popularity despite the damage done to the league’s brand during the LeBron James era, something that President Joe Biden seemed to falsely attribute to being unfair toward women.

“Women in sports continue to push new boundaries and inspire us all. But right now we’re seeing that even if you’re the best, women are not paid their fair share,” the culture warrior-in-chief said on X. “It’s time that we give our daughters the same opportunities as our sons and ensure women are paid what they deserve.”

Chris Donaldson


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