ANTONIO BROWN RIPS HIS OWN FATHER, CALLS HIM A ‘FAILURE’ WITH 9 KIDS THAT’S PAYING CHILD SUPPORT (TWEETS)

ANTONIO BROWN RIPS HIS OWN FATHER, CALLS HIM A ‘FAILURE’ WITH 9 KIDS THAT’S PAYING CHILD SUPPORT (TWEETS)

Just when you thought we received some vital information that Antonio Brown was getting the help he needs, he goes and proves it wrong and rips the person who told the media.

Earlier today, ESPN released an in-depth piece on the controversial WR and they spoke with his father, former Arena league wide receiver Eddie Brown. He revealed that Brown was devastated how things went in New England and was finally realizing the error of his ways.

Via ESPN:

“Eddie says that Brown seemed to be realizing the truth about his precarious situation — that he had created enough wreckage around him to ruin an ideal situation in Foxborough and that he was in danger of never playing again in the NFL as sexual misconduct allegations and other legal woes piled up around him.

His sudden unemployment devastated Brown. He had loved everything about New England: the culture, the professionalism, the chance to impact Tom Brady’s final Super Bowl campaigns.

Eddie says that Brown seemed to be realizing the truth about his precarious situation — that he had created enough wreckage around him to ruin an ideal situation in Foxborough and that he was in danger of never playing again in the NFL as sexual misconduct allegations and other legal woes piled up around him.”

He then stated how Brown was currently seeking professional help in therapy.

“Eddie is used to Antonio reacting to tribulations with bullheadedness and a steadfast refusal to change — the son inherited his stubbornness from his father, after all.

But this time, Brown seemed eager to regain what he had lost. He sat down with his father and delivered these words: Maybe I need to change what I’m doing. Brown informed his dad that he was undergoing therapy, which a source has confirmed to ESPN. Neither Eddie nor the source could confirm what kind of therapy, the frequency of his treatment or much else — but Brown himself referenced his therapist on Twitter in October.

“He understands something may be going on, and he’s going to see about it,” Eddie, a former Arena Football League star, told ESPN in the first of a series of interviews, this one in October. “If there is or isn’t, he’ll find out. But he’s not sitting around doing nothing. … That come-to-Jesus moment came home.”

Once that article made the round to Brown, he took to Twitter and completely blasted his own father.

 

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