Antonio Brown becomes Kanye's twin after the rapper calls him the PRESIDENT of Donda Sports.

Antonio Brown becomes Kanye’s twin after the rapper calls him the PRESIDENT of Donda Sports.

NFL outcast Antonio Brown seems to have found a similarly temperamental star to team up with and emulate after the fired Tampa Bay wide receiver was spotted wearing Kanye West’s signature look during a Super Bowl celebration in Los Angeles.

Brown, who has been named president of the rapper’s budding sports venture called Donda Sports blast week, drove to the Delilah hotspot Saturday night in a white Ferrari and a black jeweled balaclava mask.

The wide receiver was thrown out by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after losing to the Jets last month when he took off his uniform and flew off the field in the middle of a game.

However, he didn’t stay out of work for long, joining forces with West and paying $2.2 million for a SoFi Stadium room for Sunday’s Super Bowl LVI.

Brown, who will invite the Donda basketball team to the game, said the big purchase is “an act of empowerment.”

The former professional football player drove up to the Delilah hotspot on Saturday night in a white Ferrari and a black jewel-covered balaclava.

The former professional football player drove up to the Delilah hotspot on Saturday night in a white Ferrari and a black jewel-covered balaclava.

Antonio Brown transforms into the Balenciaga muse dressed in Kanye West during Super Bowl weekend in Los Angeles.

Antonio Brown transforms into the Balenciaga muse dressed in Kanye West during Super Bowl weekend in Los Angeles.

Antonio Brown was spotted dressed as Kanye West's twin after the rapper named him president of Donda Sports just weeks after being fired from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Antonio Brown was spotted dressed as Kanye West’s twin after the rapper named him president of Donda Sports just weeks after being fired from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brown, pictured wearing a black balaclava, recently made a $2 million charity donation to purchase a suite for the Donda basketball team to compete in the 2022 Super Bowl.

Brown, pictured wearing a black balaclava, recently made a $2 million charity donation to purchase a suite for the Donda basketball team to compete in the 2022 Super Bowl.

Antonio Brown pictured on February 9th. Julia Fox and Ye arrive for the Schiaparelli fashion show as part of Paris Haute Couture Week on January 24, 2022 in Paris.

Antonio Brown on February 9, left, and Julia Fox and Kane arrive for the Schiaparelli fashion show as part of Paris Haute Couture Week on January 24, 2022 in Paris (right).

“Now we are the owners! Donda is all about ownership, empowerment and discovering new superheroes,” Brown wrote on Instagram, along with a picture of the account.

Meanwhile, Brown vows that his mental health is fine, despite rumors that have surrounded the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver since he was kicked from the team after losing on the sideline against the New York Jets on Jan. 2.

Appearing on former NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall’s YouTube show I’m an Athlete, Brown spoke of his bizarre exit from the reigning Super Bowl champions, in which he removed his jersey and paddles before running to the locker room in the third quarter after a headbutt. coach Bruce Arians.

“Why is it that every time something happens badly, or how someone reacts, “Oh, he’s crazy, something is wrong with his mental health,” said Brown, who has outlived his usefulness in four teams since 2018 and pleaded guilty to assault. truck driver in 2020.

Brown explained to Marshall and his guests, former NBA star Nick Young and former NFL player Jared Odrick, that he only left the touchline because the Arians told him to leave after their argument on the touchline.

Rapper Kanye West walks out after a game between Killer 3 and 3's Company during the second week of BIG3 at the Orleans Arena on July 17, 2021 in Las Vegas.

Rapper Kanye West walks out after a game between Killer 3 and 3’s Company during the second week of BIG3 at the Orleans Arena on July 17, 2021 in Las Vegas.

Appearing on former NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall's YouTube show

Appearing on former NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall’s YouTube show “I’m an Athlete,” Antonio Brown (pictured) addressed his bizarre exit from the reigning Super Bowl champions.

Brown removed his jersey after an altercation with Bruce Arians on January 2.

Brown removed his jersey after an altercation with Bruce Arians on January 2.

Antonio Brown throws gloves into the stands during his infamous exit

Antonio Brown throws gloves into the stands during his infamous exit

“My mental health is fine,” Brown continued. “Someone told me to get the hell out of here. I’m not passive-aggressive.”

Brown insisted in a statement that Arians stabbed him on the spot because he refused to re-enter the game because he was too injured to continue playing.

The Arians disputed this claim, stating that Brown never sought medical attention on January 2. In addition, Bucs general manager Jason Licht told ESPN that the team had previously turned down agent Brown’s request to guarantee contract bonuses.

On The Marshall Show, Brown continued to blame the Arians.

“The coach of the NFL Super Bowl team said to the guy on the team who plays the hurt, “Get the hell out of here,” insisted Brown.

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