“The Biggest Weirdo We Know” – Damar Hamlin Goes Off On Antonio Brown For Mocking His On-Field Cardiac Arrest

Damar Hamlin

The NFL regular season might be months away, but there are still plenty of “big hits” happening on social media.

No, I’m not talking about draft talk, or the plethora of pro days that are happening (where we find out that quarterbacks can throw the ball really far). I’m instead alluding to the fiery exchanges happening on social media between Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin and former star wide receiver Antonio Brown.

Brown, or at least the person that runs his account for him, sent out a rather controversial post in response to a prompt on X (formerly Twitter) that asked users to name “a fictional character’s death that you have not gotten over.” While most people responded with beloved TV characters, AB’s account reposted the question with this picture of Damar Hamlin attached:

You probably already know the story at this point, so all I’ll say is that Antonio Brown, or at least the account that represents him, may have crossed the line with that joke… considering Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest event on the football field and nearly lost his life.

Hamlin came with receipts and decided to send a couple of messages back to “CTESPN,” with the first reading:

“You just DM me on Monday? Guess you playing lame games on twitter with my situation because I ain’t DM you back. I pray God don’t ever let me turn into a burnt out old head like you.. I used to look up to you damn near **** sad for real. Talk bout a clone bring the real AB back!”

The Buffalo Bills defensive player was definitely playing offense with that reply, and sent another AB’s way with a second message calling out Brown for his drop off from NFL star to… whatever you would call what he’s doing now:

“Been in my DM over a year talking to yourself. You was supposed to be an example setter. Now you the biggest weirdo we know! Get off Twitter and go do some work with some kids or something.”

Many were quick to let Hamlin know that Antonio Brown doesn’t actually run his own account, or at least he didn’t until he saw Damar was interacting with it. AB allegedly “signed in” and sent back a rather profane message that I’ll allow for you to seek out yourself. He basically said he didn’t run the account anymore and it was mainly for entertainment.

The fireworks definitely started flying once Brown actually got involved and are sure to continue. That was made clear by another post that the “AB84” account sent out shortly after he sent back his profanity riddled response:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock