OJ Simpson Calls Antonio Brown’s On-Field Tirade ‘Total B.S.’

In Summary

The sideline and endzone catastrophic meltdown by Antonio Brown brought criticism in every imaginable way possible, even from O.J. Simpson. 

Antonio Brown snatched off this jersey, crawled out of his shoulder pads like a turtle out of its shell, tossed his gloves and waved goodbye to the fans and his NFL career. 

OJ Simpson can attest to Brown’s non-fit with the Bucs, well, at least to the glove not fitting. 

Simpson immediately went to Twitter after Brown’s meltdown in the middle of the game. In Simpson’s video clip, he called the meltdown “total B.S.” 

“Playoffs are coming up,” Simpson said. “And you pull this crap on a guy who really went out on a limb for you? It’s total B.S. Inexcusable.” 

Brown’s meltdown started on the sideline before spilling out onto the field. 

Immediately after the come-from-behind 28-24 win against the lowly Jets, Tampa Bay head coach Bruce Arians emphatically said Brown is “no longer a Buc.”   

According to Ian Rapoport, Arians and the offensive coaches told the seven-time Pro Bowler to go into the game. However, Brown, who had been dealing with an ankle injury, refused because he did not believe he was healthy enough to play. Arians and the offensive coaches then threw him out of the sidelines and cut ties with him. 

But according to Brown on his Instagram story, he left the game because he’s a “super gremlin.” 

And after the game, Brown was seen waiting for a ride to leave the stadium. 

The super gremlin wasn’t done. He was seen courtside at the Memphis Grizzlies and Brooklyn Nets game. 

To cap off the whirlwind of events, Brown dropped a rap song the same evening as his sideline tirade titled Pit Not the Palace. 

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