Antonio Brown seems to be settling into a new post-NFL role.
The former Buccaneers receiver, who was famously released by the team in January after a shirtless exit midway through a Jets game, revealed Monday that he’ll be serving as president at Kanye West’s Donda Sports initiative.
In a post shared on his Instagram page, Brown revealed a nearly $2.2 million invoice to secure seats for Super Bowl 2022 on Sunday, the owner’s suite for $2 million, and six VIP passes for $195,000.
“WE THE OWNERS NOW ! Donda is about ownership, empowerment, and discovering the next superheroes. This is for the people who counted us out, for everyone who said we can’t— we say WE WILL,” Brown captioned his post.
“As President, it was important to me to book the Donda Suite for this years SUPERBOWL LVI. This is a game meant to be watched together. This is the love and unity we need to push. THIS IS FOR THE KIDS, OUR NEXT GENERATION!!!”
Brown, 33, added Monday that the organization will host community events during Super Bowl weekend, “inviting kids with their families to the game.”
“Let’s give people the Donda Experience,” Brown wrote. “It’s A Family Affair.”
It was announced earlier this month that Brown had joined Donda Sports. In a press release, the Pro Bowler is said to “bring an athlete’s perspective to all aspects of the organization.”
Brown recently told Complex that he and West are “excited about the Donda sports brand, and making this thing a competitive brand to the athletes.”
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“I don’t think there’s a lot of fashion lines for athletes, wearing fashionable and comfortable clothes, so with a guy like Kanye West, being able to partner with him and work with him to provide more creative, genius ideas for fashion looks for athletes in general… I’m just grateful for the opportunity here soon, to share what we’ve got with the world,” he said last month.
In the wake of his Buccaneers’ ouster, Brown had been spotted hanging out with West, along with the rapper’s new girlfriend, Julia Fox.