Antonio Brown Unleashes New Rap Song After Buccaneers Release

The two-minute track, “Pit Not The Palace,” was uploaded to all music platforms.

Hours after Antonio Brown stormed off the field mid-game and was subsequently cut by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, AB has doubled-down on the stir he created by releasing a new two-minute rap track.

Titled “Pit Not The Palace,” the former NFL wide receiver shared the song via a Twitter link, which pointed curious listeners to all DSPs.

While “Pit Not The Palace” doesn’t directly mention Sunday’s incident, AB does have fans wondering about the timing of the release. This isn’t his first journey into music as the football superstar released a single called “Whole Lotta Money” back in Jan. 2020, with the music video topping 2 million views and overall streams clocking in at 10 million globally.

According to reports, there are plans for the footballer to “release more music” and release a “forthcoming full-length album.” Twitter users have already come under the belief that AB chose the controversial, on-the-field moment to promote his new single.

Once Tampa coach Bruce Arians announced after the game that Brown was “no longer a Buc,” the former All-Pro wide receiver was seen courtside at the Brooklyn Nets’ game against the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday. While there, he posted an Instagram Story from his seat with the caption, “It’s a new day hit up KD.”

With future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady asking for compassion for AB during this time, once Brown is released by the Buccaneers, he’ll technically be free to sign with anyone. 

RELATED: 3 Previous Antonio Brown Incidents Leading Up To His Walk-Off

But after all the drama, it seems that teams may not move as quickly to sign him, leaving AB’s Instagram post for Bucs fans possibly as the last time we see him on the field.

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