Antonio Brown has long wanted to be a rapper, and he’s given it his all since storming off the field during a Buccaneers game. The 33-year-old athlete has high ambitions for achieving his music goals, which include dropping his first album, Paradigm, performing at venues, and even collaborating with some of the industry’s most brilliant artists.

One friendship seems to have lasted with him among the dazzling lights he’s met. Brown and Keyshia Cole collaborated on the song “Don’t Leave,” a summer feel record, for his album back in April. The song’s video showcased the duo’s chemistry, and since then, social media users have speculated about their relationship status.

The two have been open about their professional relationship, but many believe they have more in common than music. Fans didn’t have to come up with too many hypotheses, though, because the entertainers clearly hinted at their relationship. Brown posted a photo of a bent-over Keyshia with the letters “AB” tattooed on her lower back, which he swiftly erased.

Keyshia is now the one posting and sparking everyone’s interest. The “I Should Have Cheated” singer used her Instagram story to send a message to the former NFL star. She added, “Miss him! “I’m missing him a lot,” and “Missing him a lot.” while sharing two separate images of them sitting close each other.


Users quickly assumed the two were dating, however neither of them has acknowledged this. At the very least, the two appear to be friendly. Keyshia shared her thoughts against the sportsman in an interview with TMZ. He claims to be a gifted musician who may win a Grammy for his work. Check out the Instagram post below.

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