Right after the Lakers game, Antonio Brown hopped on a railing at the Crypto Arena and asked fans to show him some love. TMZ Sports says fans were chanting his name “AB,” and he capitalized on it and asked them to show him love.
The former Tampa Bay star — who’s been spotted in NYC, Miami and now L.A. since being cut from the Bucs — caused quite the scene outside of the Lakers game … being mobbed by people who wanted autographs and pics with the NFL player.
Video, obtained by TMZ Sports, shows it all went down just minutes after Brown watched LeBron James beat the Utah Jazz from courtside seats inside the building.
People wanted his pic and signature so badly — Brown stayed for several minutes, and then he hopped on some skinny railing to entertain them.
The fans chanted “AB” over and over again … all while he was standing on the fencing and waving his arms.
There were some reports that AB’s shirtless NFT would go for $1.5 million. It ending costing a lot less.
Some thought it would sell for $1.5 million. That estimate came up only $1.48 million short.
Via Richard N. Velotta of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the NFT of the Antonio Brown MetLife Stadium exit video sold at auction for roughly $20,000.
The specific price was six ethereum, a cryptocurrency currently worth about 20 grand.
The video was shot from the stands, showing Brown removing his pads and storming off the field during a January 2 game against the Jets.
Considering AB wasn’t getting paid off the NFT, I am sure he doesn’t care how much it was sold for.
Flip to the next page to watch the video soaking up the love from the Lakers fans and signing autographs for all the kids who were there. Nice gesture from AB, who seems to be very happy with his freedom.