Antonio Brown Blocked By WNBA's Rising Star Caitlin Clark

Photo: Instagram/Antonio Brown

In a surprising turn of events on social media, former Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown found himself blocked by WNBA's newest sensation, Caitlin Clark. 
Brown took to Twitter on Thursday to reveal that the first overall pick in the 2024 WNBA draft had blocked him.

Since stepping away from the NFL after his controversial departure from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brown has remained active on social media platform Twitter/X. His posts often draw attention, with some being controversial and others puzzling.

Fans have been quick to react to Brown's posts, with some poking fun at him and others defending his accomplishments during his NFL career. Brown had impressive stats during his peak years, with close to or over 1,500 receiving yards in six consecutive seasons from 2013 to 2018.

Photo: Instagram/Antonio Brown

On the other hand, Caitlin Clark has been making headlines in the WNBA world. The Indiana Fever rookie has been compared to NBA star Steph Curry for her exceptional performance in college basketball. 

Clark recently wrapped up a standout season averaging 31.6 points per game, outperforming all but two of Curry's seasons. The reason behind Clark's decision to block Brown seems to stem from a controversial NSFW joke he posted about her. 


Brown followed up with another NSFW GIF, making his intentions clear. He later shared a screenshot showing that Clark had blocked him, leaving fans speculating about how she came to know about his posts.


The incident has sparked conversations across sports media, highlighting the interactions and dynamics between athletes across different sports.

Read Next: Caitlin Clark Close To Signing Big Deal With Nike, Including Her Own Shoe

Source: Sports Keeda 

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