Bucs WR Antonio Brown Accused Of Obtaining A Fake Vaccination Card
© Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports
On Thursday afternoon, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reported that Tampa Bay WR Antonio Brown received a fake vaccination card. A statement from Brown’s former live-in chef suggested Brown obtained the fake COVID-19 vaccination card to avoid NFL protocols...

Ruiz said he was unable back in July to find a fake vaccination card for Brown, who had told those around him that he was worried about the vaccine’s potential negative effects on his body. A few weeks later, however, Ruiz said Brown showed him fake vaccination cards, which the wide receiver told Ruiz he had purchased for himself and Moreau.
(The Spun)
Filed Under: NFL
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com


For fricks sake, I do not care if he did or didn’t get the jab. Every one else should feel the same
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Any idea where he got it? Asking for a friend
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My guess is he owes his chef money. But this is a brilliant way to squash this shite. Release the statement, ignore the pussies.
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I wonder if the outrage among the media will be the same as Aaron Rodgers situation…..nah.
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No way the fricktards on around the horn have an issue with this...doesn't fit their agenda
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Dachau is nice in the winter
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So his chef is a snitch
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Good for Antonio
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I want to hear what Jebron Lames has to say on the subject!
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