Summer Walker is giving NFL star Antonio Brown the side-eye after he claimed that racism does not exist in America.
“You don’t have to have self pity or be a mentality of being victimized,” he said. “There’s no racism, you can do what you want in America, in the world. Only you can breathe for yourself and like, only you can see with your own eyes, so, it’s up to what you want. I made a $100 million in football contracts.”
His remarks were in response to Colin Kaepernick’s fight to return to the league. Kaepernick claimed the NFL blackballed him in 2016 after he took a knee in protest of police brutality.
“But they gave him the money and they gave him a commercial, they gave him the documentary,” Brown said. “He took a deal. We don’t feel sorry for you. You took the deal. F–k out of here. Oh, Kaepernick. Man, you on f—ing Nike, man. F–k out of here.”
Walker aired her feelings in the comments section of a clip of the controversial interview.
“He’s lost it. I got fired from a job once for wearing my Afro, the manager said it reminded her of Erykah Badu but that’s not the look they were going for, along with mentioning, that’s not the style I had when they ‘hired me’,” she wrote. “I’ll never forget it.”
Brown has changed his tune. In 2019, he posted a blistering tweet accusing the league of racism.
“Guess all mighty @nfl can hold players out against there will no criminal charges pending nothing but a Caucasian player gets a domestic go to jail still out there playing targeted hate against us everywhere my peeps,” Brown wrote at the time.
Since his involuntary exit from Tampa Bay Buccaneers, brown has been hanging out with Kanye West and is focusing all of his efforts on his fledgling rap career.