Antonio Brown Created Four Burner Accounts This Week And They Are Exactly What You’d Expect

Sep 15, 2019; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown (17) celebrates in the fourth quarter against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. The Patriots defeated the Dolphins 43-0. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

On Thursday morning, Antonio Brown went on another Twitter rant, again announcing in a series of posts that he was done with the NFL.

After some quick digging (seriously, it took seconds to find this), I came across four accounts — all of them without a profile picture and just a few followers — who were replying to nearly every reply on Brown’s rants in Brown’s defense. While it’s often hard to confirm whether or not it’s actually a burner account or just a really passionate fan, that’s not the case here.

It’s clearly AB.

Here are a few examples of the many tweets sent from three of the accounts with the usernames @Tav58111115, @Guv71146561 and @montanoomba. (I’ll talk about the fourth page later.)

At one point, he even responded to his personal account with his burner account and then responded to that burner account with a different account, saying his pockets were “boomin’.”

If you’re already finding this situation quite humorous, get ready for what I’m about to tell you next. His fourth burner account has the username, “@nfl_joke,” and the profile is titled, “nfl is a joke.” This account contains tweets that talk about how comfortable Brown is and how he’s spreading positive vibes despite everybody not knowing his situation.

Now, I understand how unprofessional it would be of me to present just this sample of tweets as the sole reason for me to believe Brown has multiple accounts. But of course, there’s more.

First of all, all four accounts were created in November of 2019, and none of them tweeted until after Brown began his rant on Thursday.

The @MontaNoomba account only contains replies to tweets. It does not have a birthday associated with it and it has not liked any other tweets. This is also the case with @Tav58111115, but this one has become more popular, accumulating more than 4,200 followers.

The third account, @Guv71146561, does not contain a birthday, but it has liked a few tweets, including one from the actual @AB84 account that says he’s “just very frustrated right now,” plus a pair of tweets from Complex Sports and SportsCenter that include links to articles explaining Brown’s latest tweets. Another tweet liked by this page is one from Le’Veon Bell, Brown’s former teammate in Pittsburgh.

The last one is my personal favorite because its sole intention is proving the NFL is a joke, as its username reads. This page has the fewest number of followers of the four pages I discovered. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, @nfl_joke has listed its Twitter birthday as July 10. In case you haven’t connected the dots by now, July 10 is Brown’s birthday.

Three of the four burner accounts have gone essentially unnoticed so far, which is quite a disappointment considering how entertaining it is to follow these pages and watch each burner account interact with the others.

Take this information however you’d like and go have yourself some fun. I challenge you to bait Brown into an argument from one (or two, or three, or maybe even all four) of his burner accounts.


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