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Lil Wayne Says Antonio Brown Plans to Be a Full Time Rapper Now

Skip Bayless has opened up on what Lil Wayne told him regarding Antonio Browns’ NFL comeback plans but it’s not what you are thinking because according to Skip, Brown is planning to become a full-time rapper.

Skip Bayless telling Shannon Sharpe during Friday’s episode said;

“I’ll throw in something that Lil Wayne told me (about) a month ago. We were talking about what is AB’s future, and Wayne said, ‘I think he’s going to be a full-time rapper’. That’s just his read from a distance. He’s heard him perform, and he thinks he’s pretty good, and obviously, he’s now got a partner who’s really good, who can prop him up in Kanye.”

According to TPS;

Bayless went on to state that Brown’s sideline tirade could have been his perfect “controversy” to help him launch his NFL career. And for those who may not remember, Brown actually took that opportunity to release his track, “Pit Not The Palace.”

And he recently had a meeting with Kanye West that sparked collaboration rumors between the two.

From the NFL to rap?

AB seems to still be looking for work in the NFL, but under conditions via CBS Sports.

If Brown wants to return to the NFL this year, he’s probably going to get his ankle surgically repaired, but apparently, he doesn’t want to get it surgically repaired unless a team signs him first. The receiver revealed that information during an interview with TMZ this week.

“I need to get my ankle fixed, but I just want to make sure I got an obligation or a commitment from a team,” Brown said. “It’s a lot for a guy to go do surgery without an idea of where you gonna work, or who you going to work for.”

Teams might not be willing to sign Brown unless he gets his ankle fixed, but he’s not going to get it fixed unless he gets signed, so you can probably see the problem here. He’s basically created the NFL version of the chicken-and-egg situation, which is likely going to complicate any hopes he has of making a return.

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