Antonio Brown’s chef planning to sue Buccaneers star for being a cheapskate
Tampa Bay Buccaneers star wide receiver Antonio Brown has been suspended for three games after faking his COVID-19 vaccine card and it appears his chef, Steven Ruiz, is the one who told the NFL about the matter.
Ruiz recently spoke to TMZ Sports and revealed that Brown owes him $10,000, which is part of the reason he ended up ratting on the Buccaneers WR:
“The game plan now is to file a lawsuit and take it from there,” Ruiz said. “People provide a service and you’ve got to pay for it. That’s it.”
“If he had just probably paid me, you know what? He probably would still be getting paid in the NFL right now,” Ruiz said. “He’d probably be playing the games that he could be playing and none of this would have even happened.”
Can you blame Ruiz? I mean, the Buccaneers wideout owed him money and he didn’t pay up. AB’s attorney meanwhile has claimed that his client is vaccinated.
Ruiz said that he received text messages from Brown’s girlfriend about obtaining a fake vaccine card. Who would’ve known a chef could be the reason he gets suspended. The Buccaneers will miss AB’s presence, but he broke the rules and will now face repercussions.