The former NFL wide receiver posted a picture of him and the Florida rapper at Rolling Loud Miami this past weekend, writing in the caption: “Told Caresha I’m in the city. She don’t need diddy.”
Many believed this bar to be Brown shooting his shot at the Caresha Please star, who performed alongside JT at the annual rap festival on Saturday (July 22).
Despite Brown’s attempt, Yung Miami was later seen partying with Diddy after her show, vibing to the pair’s new track “Act Bad” with JT and Fabolous.
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Since abruptly leaving the Tampa Bay Buccaneers mid-game last year, Antonio Brown has fully pivoted into the rap game. The 35-year-old dropped his debut project under the name AB, Paradigm, back in 2020 and later flexed his first big rap check on Instagram.
“I get paid to rap #PutthatshitOn,” Brown wrote in an Instagram caption while showing off the $150,000 check.
He then followed it up with a picture of another check for $250,000, which he claimed was paid to him as part of an unreleased collaboration with Lil Wayne.
“I get paid to Rap Paid To Snap Ryan Kane STB is not secure this is a stop payment for my new track feat lil wayne report truth it’s unethical per source Cab Records Inc C A B hol on wait,” Brown wrote.
The post came after a Florida music promotor filed a lawsuit against Antonio Brown over allegations he tricked them out of a $500,000 payment by saying it was for the Young Money hitmaker.
The suit, which was filed in the Sarasota County Circuit Court, claimed that Brown used Weezy’s name to procure a contract for $100,000. It also accused Brown of breaching an “exclusive artist agreement” between the two parties and selling the company’s owner, Ryan Kane, a fake watch that he said was worth $160,000.
The complaint went onto claim that Brown allegedly defrauded Secure the Bag Entertainment out of $175,000 in fake expenses and that he made lewd sexual and racial comments to several executives, who said they felt threatened by said comments.
As for Diddy and Yung Miami, the pair officially broke up back in April but have since been spotted together on multiple occasions, such as at the 2023 Met Gala, where Puff was seen sweating bullets as he was grilled about their relationship on the red carpet.
“We definitely go together real bad. She’s my date for the night, she’s incredible,” he said after initially trying to dodge the question. “We don’t put titles on it. Everybody wants us to put a title on it; we don’t put titles on it. This is like my best friend in the world, one of the most beautiful people God has blessed me to meet, and I’m blessed that she’s my date tonight.”
Meanwhile, Puff has his hands full at the moment with his ongoing Diageo lawsuit. The 53-year-old sued the spirits company back in May, claiming they neglected his DeLeón Tequila brand while throwing its full support behind George Clooney’s Casamigos.