The NFL training camp has begun, and Antonio Brown is not on the roster but he’s keeping busy with his dance at Rolling Loud
The former four-time First-Team All-Pro wide receiver, 34, has not performed a down of football since his odd eruption in January and does not look to be returning anytime in the near future. Brown instead has shifted his focus to his music industry. He published a 10-track rap album in April and instantly unveiled it in front of a tepid audience during a cringe-inducing concert.
Antonio Brown Describes How To Do His Do Yo Rolling Loud Dance After Video And GIF Goes Viral On TikTok And Twitter
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Antonio Brown Describes How To Do His Viral ‘Do Yo’ Dance
Brown just played in front of a sold-out audience at Rolling Loud and launched his viral campaign. In today’s times, one of the finest ways to get your song “pop off” is to have it become viral on TikTok. The ideal way to accomplish this is through a TikTok “challenge”. In which a dance is linked to a certain song.
Brown is attempting to make his track ‘Put That Shit On’ and its associated dance the very next big thing. He launched the #PutThatShitOnChallenge and the #DoYoDanceChallenge, which are basically the same thing with various names.
The task is straightforward. You perform Brown’s dance to his music. That’s all. That’s all there is to it. This is already gaining on, particularly in the sports world. Lamar Jackson expressed excitement about performing his dance.
Then his old teammate, Mark Ingram, went wild at training camp. Rashard Higgins of the Carolina Panthers agreed. LeBron James and Draymond Green have just joined the viral craze. This year, it looks like we will witness a lot of Brown’s ‘Put That Shit On’ dance. Especially on the football field.
Brown, who has temporarily abandoned his Playing career to pursue a career in music and entertainment, has been drinking it all in, repeating videos of the dance on his Twitter or Instagram sites. The NFL was ruled by “The Griddy” in 2021, but might AB’s latest approach dethrone it in 2022? It appears to be on its way!