Antonio Brown’s Former Chef Says the WR Got the Fake Vaccination Card from One of His Bucs Teammate

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SJ - November 20, 2021

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians isn't worried about the fake COVID-19 vaccination card story involving Antonio Brown.  If what Brown's former chef told ESPN on Friday is true, he might start getting a little more concerned.

According to AB's former chef Steven Ruiz, an unnamed Bucs teammate is the one who provided the star receiver with the fake vaccination card.  That unnamed player was selling them.

From ESPN:

"I was very uncomfortable," Ruiz told ESPN on Friday. But he said Brown obtained a card from a Buccaneers teammate.

"He got them from another player who was selling them," said Ruiz, who declined to name the player. "That player came over to the house multiple times. He had to get another copy of Cyd's vaccine card because they got her birthday wrong on the first one."

"I'm gonna sit on it for a little while," Ruiz said. "The truth will eventually come out. If this does become a bigger and deeper investigation to follow the NFL -- just to get into legal terms -- this will all come to light."

If what the chef is saying is true then we might have a full blown vaxxgate situation on our hands.  Around the clock coverage, morons on social media weighing in and all.

The possible lesson here is, if you're going to be doing shady shit you have to keep those in the know happy or they just might mother fuck your whole shit.


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