Antonio Brown is in hot water after a nude video of him went viral on social media. The leaked clip shows him getting physical with a female swimmer at a hotel pool. As Brown faces Twitter’s wrath, he has decided to address the incident.

Brown is seen making fun of the the woman in the video, even lifting and dunking her. When she finally swims away, Brown raises his penis out of the water to flash her while other males cheer him on from behind the camera. This incident happened at The Armani Hotel Dubai.

The former NFL wide receiver took to Twitter on Saturday to react to his viral clip. The 34-year-old said that the female in the video ran off with his swim trunks and that the media is antagonizing him without knowing the full context behind his actions.

Every chance they get to sway the heat off themselves they use me. In the video you can clearly see she runs off with my swim trunks. If roles were reversed the headlines would read ‘AB having a wild night with nude female.’ Yet when it’s me it automatically becomes a hate crime.

In a subsequent tweet, AB slammed the NFL, claiming that the league is using black men as “guinea pigs,” referring to Tua Tagovailoa’s recent injury. He is also bothered by the fact that, despite his retirement, disinformation about him continues to circulate.

It’s crazy to me that even after I retire there is disinformation coming out about me. Ironically, during a time when the NFL is getting heat for allowing players to play when they’re clearly concussed. They’ve been using black men as guinea pigs.

Brown is currently an unsigned free agent. He’s not going to play football this season, at least not straight away. He last played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2021, before unexpectedly walking off the field during the team’s Week 18 game against the Jets. Check out his tweets below.

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Saksham Bartsch

Saksham is a sports enthusiast whose hobbies include playing basketball and honing his athletic skills. He enjoys reading Greek literature and working with videographers occasionally.

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