Robert Kraft Reportedly Won't Pay Antonio Brown a Dime After Brown Blasted Him on Twitter

MIAMI, FLORIDA - SEPTEMBER 15: Chief Executive Officer of the New England Patriots Robert Kraft walks to the field prior to the game against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on September 15, 2019 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
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Antonio Brown can't keep quiet on Twitter, and this time, it could very likely end up costing him $9 million.

Actually, matter of fact, it will.

In his latest social media rant, AB84 blasted Robert Kraft for his reported incident at a massage parlor, where he was charged with solicitation of prostitution.

I mean, this is probably the worst thing you could possibly post if you wanted any chance of the Patriots paying you your dough.

Though Brown was only on the team for 11 days, part of his contract included that $9 million bonus, which would be paid off in two parts. Now, though, there's zero chance Kraft writes a check according to Adam Schefter's sources.

While this divorce seemed peaceful at the start, including Brown even thanking coach Bill Belichick for the opportunity, things certainly have gotten ugly. Brown even announced on Twitter he'll never play in the NFL again.

Trust us, this story is only getting started. Expect more from Brown, especially on your timelines, in the near future.